Pottery, is it about art or about function? Maybe it’s both! No other art form has quite the versatility of pottery. It can be a treat for the eyes, a functional necessity, and a tactile delight all in one.
Judaica Pottery produces a unique line of Jewish ceremonial objects; each one hand-crafted, to enhance the beauty of Jewish ritual and tradition.
East Ridge Pottery in Warwick NY features functional handmade art for everyday use by artist and potter Sharon Galbraith.
Kaete Brittin Shaw Porcelain creates one of a kind hand built vessels and wall pieces that integrate functionalism and sculpture.
Davistudio is an experimental workshop where artwork, dinnerware, paintings, sculpture and design ideas are developed and put into being.
Chris Parrow Pottery creates one-of-a-kind ceramic pottery made from high-fired stoneware and porcelain clays in the Catskill Mountains.
Domesticities & The Cutting Garden features antiques, works by local artisans, accessories for the home & garden and vintage collectibles.
Brier Street Pottery specializes in functional stoneware pottery. Their designs and products are created mainly for use in the kitchen and dinner table.
CeramiCar creates handcrafted ceramic cookie jars in the shapes of cars and trucks from the thirties, forties and fifties.
Bravo Original Ceramic Designs uses traditional methods to create a variety of styles and forms that are both functional and decorative.
Handcrafted porcelain using traditional throwing techniques. Includes lamps, casseroles, teapots, dinnerware items and various size bowls.
Since 1960, Berkshire Pottery has been crafting hand-made wares in a 19th century Dutch barn nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Berkshires.