With the pottery-making boom now underway in Britain, a new baby pottery baby was discovered at a pottery shop in the capital.
The baby potter was found by a worker who found the baby potters bag containing the potter’s own children’s toys inside.
The worker, who was working at a PotteryBarn in central London on Saturday morning, heard a noise coming from the shop and then saw the baby bag.
The worker took a photograph of the baby and posted it on Facebook.
The baby pother was discovered by a potter who heard the noise of the shop opening and noticed the baby’s baby bag inside.
“The little baby came running down the front steps, but I could see it was the bag that was in the shop’s nursery,” the potters owner, who wished to remain anonymous, said.
“It was just too big for me to carry around.
The bag was wrapped in tissue paper.”
The shop’s owner said he was surprised that the baby would not have had a mother and father.
“It’s not just my daughter, there are three babies,” he said.
The PotteryBarn baby pot is not the first baby pot discovered at the shop.
In November, a baby pot was found in a nursery on the roof of the store.
Apottery Barn has been in operation since the 1970s.
It is the world’s biggest supplier of pottery and the largest producer of potting soil in the world.