Walk-ins are welcome, no need to book! If you have a large group (six or more people) and would like guaranteed seating you can reserve a table here.
Pottery costs between $16 and $75 per piece, with many of our customers’ favorite pieces (like mugs, plates and animals) in the $25 to $35 range. Prices include the pottery pieces, use of our studio and supplies, glazing and firing.
Most people spend about 1½ hours at the studio. Plan on less time if you have young kids or are making a simple project, more time if you’re with a large group or working on something with lots of detail.
Painted Pottery is ready to pick up in about one week from the day you paint it. We will hold finished pieces for 30 days.
Yes! All of our products are non-toxic and safe to use with food.
As with any fine handmade item, hand washing is recommended!
However, we do know customers that frequently place their pottery in ovens, dishwashers and microwaves. If you want to, it’s up to you. Remember these simple guidelines when doing so.
– Our pottery is ceramic earthenware. It is porous and it will trap moisture. Therefore, extreme care should be taken as the pottery can get VERY HOT and will stay hotter for longer.
– Allow pottery to heat up gradually i.e. warm up teapots prior to use, warm pieces to room temperature after removing from the refrigerator, don’t place cold wares in hot water.
– Allow hot pottery to cool down slowly i.e. don’t place hot wares in cold water.
– DO NOT use in electrical appliances if the piece is precious. Continual expansion and contraction of the piece will weaken the pottery over time and may cause cracking.
– Dishwashers also cause a common problem of chipping from glazed surfaces knocking against each other.
– If using in an oven, do not heat up the oven and place a cold piece of ware into it. Allow the ware to gradually heat up with the oven.
Yes! Shipping and handling starts at $5.
Not to worry! We have stamps, stickers, sponges, and stencils to help. There are loads of ideas on out Pinterest page to help provide some inspirations.Remember that really young kids may not last very long, and you may need to come back to paint your own project without the kids.
Painted pottery is allowed to dry, dipped in a clear glaze, and fired in our kiln.
Unfortunately, due to quality issues we cannot glaze and fire pottery that was not purchased at our studio.
We’re sorry, we are unable to fire clay projects that were not created in our studio.
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