Georgia pottery is found to be one of the earliest discoveries in North America. Its trademark red clay, kaolin, and fuller’s earth have become important symbols of the thriving industry in history. Remnants of this living tradition are still seen today in many cities in North Georgia. You’ll find small, family-owned shops of folk pottery using handcrafting technology handed down from one generation to another.
1440 Washington Street, Clarkesville, GA 30523
Right on the historic downtown of Clarkesville, you’ll find Soque Artworks featuring unique art and craft made by more than 100 local artists. Besides pottery, their work also includes wood carvings, paintings, jewelry, and more.
Mark of the Potter
9982 Hwy 197 North, Clarkesville, GA 30523
The oldest craft shop in Georgia, Mark of the Potter has been doing quality handcrafted stoneware pottery for over 45 years.
Hickory Flat Pottery
13664 Hwy 197 North, Clarkesville, GA 30523
Visit Cindy Angliss at her working pottery studio, located in the historic Wikle homestead. Made by herself and other local artists, their crafts ranging from pottery and jewelry to copper and metal art.