On this page we like to introduce our company. We are an all round pottery factory, manufacturing Delft blue as well as modern pottery. In 1951 we started our company in a small street in the centre of Gouda but soon we were able to expand our premises. By now we are already over twenty years located in a beautiful village named Gouderak, situated along the dike near the river IJssel. Here we have a marvellous view on farmhouses, meadows and cows beneath a constant changing sky. It is typical Dutch landscape that totally fits our product.
After the takeover of some factories in the late 90’ties, we possess a huge assortment of moulds. We produce memorial items, Christmas products and Delft blue tableware next to modern tableware, fixed bowls and unglazed ceramics (biscuit) for further decoration. Among our articles you will find some real collectors items. We don’t produce for the souvenir shops only, but also for present-days interior and design.
We frequently work by order. We make promotional gifts and we offer customized products. Would you have an idea or may be a digital design, we can manage for you a prototype or even a series of the product you have in mind. We will accompany you professionally throughout the whole process. At the same time we guarantee your artistic freedom. Don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.
Of course we are available by email or by phone for all questions concerning our company. You can also joy one of the guided tours in our factory where we will show you step by step the whole traditional process. Our craftsmen like to talk to you.
At least of course we wish you a lot of pleasure by exploring our brand new site!
Montagne Aardewerkfabriek B.V.
2831 BP Gouderak
Monday through Friday
8:00 till 17:30 CET
Closed on Saturday and Sunday
We provide an excursion of the factory every Thursday afternoon. You can follow the process of mold making, painting, glazing and firing. Price: €12.50 including a Delft Blue tile of choice.
Languages we speak
German, French, Spanish, English and Dutch