The Best Pottery Stores Around Detroit

Whether you're looking for new dishes or a unique vase, Michigan's pottery stores near Detroit offer these items and more. You can find the perfect pieces from home, and they'll arrive at your door. The studios that will ship to our luxury apartments in Detroit include:

Pewabic Pottery

A classic pottery store near Detroit, Pewabic Pottery has a long legacy of hand-craftsmanship. Now a National Historic Landmark, the studio strives to enrich the human spirit through clay. Pewabic opened after neighbors Mary Chase Perry and Horace Caulkins decided to join forces. She was a successful china painter while he worked as a dental equipment supplier and kiln manufacturer. Today, the artists at Pewabic believe that art is for everyday moments, both big and small. Pieces include vases, harvest bowls, and classic mugs.

Black Cat Pottery

Black Cat Pottery is where plants and pottery meet. Artist Cheryl English is a lifelong resident of metropolitan Detroit. She earned a BA in Art History from Michigan State University and learned pottery making through Grosse Pointe Community Education. Today, Cheryl's creations reflect her love of gardening. Her flowers made of clay enhance any space, inside or out. Each is individually made, so no two are quite the same. Choices include poppies, fancy sunflowers, and gerbera daisies.

Sturgeon River Pottery

Sturgeon River Pottery began in Wolverine in 1980. While this pottery store near Detroit moved several times, the shop's dedication to quality remains the same. Today, Sturgeon River Pottery is run by Dana Andrews. He carries on his parents' legacy and is known for his passion for retail. Items include soup mugs, colorful pie plates, and earthy honey pots. Most orders ship within 48 hours.

These pottery studios are just a few of local stores offering online shopping. You can also order tabletop games and more from home. To become a resident of The Lofts of Merchants Row, please contact us. We'd love to offer a tour of our vibrant apartment community.

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