This week's featured product is a handmade vase made by Washington Hand Made artist Riley Reese. Riley's inspiration for this piece was an old watercolor of a vase her grandmother kept hanging in her kitchen.
Each week we feature a different hand made item made by one of our collective potters. Sometimes the featured item is available for purchase, but in some cases, the featured product is a treasured keepsake and will not be available for sale.
We always leave it up to the artist to decide if they would like to sell or keep the items they create in our studio.
To schedule studio time for yourself and to reserve kiln space, please visit our CONTACT page and send us a message. Studio and kiln space is very limited and only available with pre-approved reservations at least one week in advance.
If you'd like to learn to make pottery with your own hands, we'd love to teach you. We currently offer three different types of classes based on age and experience.
We work with a select group of brick and mortar retailers to supply them with specially curated and crafted ceramic products.
If you are the owner or representative of a retail location with a brick and mortar shop, we would love to connect with you.
Please know at this time we only supply shop's with physical locations. Online offerings of our products are only available here through our online store.
"We love the timeless look and feel of our Acorn Pottery pieces and the knowledge that each one was crafted by hand."
"We have worked with Acorn Pottery for more than a year and cannot say enough good things about the quality of the craftsmanship. These are truly handcrafted, one-of-a-kind pieces of art that our customers ask for again and again!"
- Wendy, Polyface Farm
"Our family loves the quality and craftsmanship that can be found in every unique piece from Acorn Pottery. Our home is filled with beautiful pottery that we know will last for many years to come."
"We love Acorn Pottery! Beautiful, functional and easy-to-wash. The family behind the brand are the sweetest people, which makes the items in our home even more special, because of the story behind it."
- Kristin, Creambrook Farm