A mug, a vase, or a beautiful object. Handmade ceramics make wonderful gifts to give and to receive. These Best Brick & Mortar Shops for Ceramics is an updated post from the archives. One of our most popular posts, we have updated the post to feature brick & mortar ceramic shops. (See Best Online Ceramics Shops for makers that sell their pottery exclusively in their online shops). Many of these Brick & Mortar Shops for Ceramics have neighboring working studios where the ceramics are made, some even offer workshops so you can try throwing your own pots. They all have online shops so you can shop these lovely ceramic stores even if you can’t visit in person. See The Shopkeepers Shopping Guide to the Best Ceramics Makers & Shops for a roundup of some of our favorite products.
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MAUD & MABEL
10 Perrins Court, London
A contemporary ceramics gallery in the heart of Hampstead Village, showing all things clay, cloth, and wood. Read More
31 Calle de Echegaray, Madrid
This tiny but perfect gallery highlights artisan and handmade ceramics, wooden items, art and more all carefully selected by French owner Sylvie Fiacchetti.
ALIX D. REYNIS
Paris & Lille, France
Alix D.Reynis finely detailed tableware, lighting and scented candles are designed and modeled in her Parisian studio in the Marais. The delicate porcelain pieces are then handcrafted in Limoges.
2nd Floor, 4 -9 -2 Shogetsu Cho, Mizuho-Ku, Nagoya, Japan
Japanese ceramics and artisan made housewares in a shop that blends contemporary styling with Showa period architectural elements.
ASTIER DE VILLATTE
73 Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris
Hand-crafted white ceramics are displayed on floor to ceiling shelves in the beautiful Astier de Villatte, known for its prestigious scents from incense and fragrances as well as sublime ceramics
ARRAN STREET EAST
1 Little Green Street, Dublin 7
Arran Street East creates simple, hand-thrown stoneware in colors inspired by the neighboring produce market. Read more
8035 SE 13th Avenue, Portland OR
Photo stylist turned potter, Sarah Van Raden, signature style is creating ceramics that are subdued neutral colors and tones. Read more
1837 West Woodstock Road, Woodstock VT & 37 Main Street, Hanover NH
American stoneware with a pretty milk glaze made in the Farmhouse Pottery studio in scenic Vermont. Sturdy pieces that are created to withstand the demands of everyday use. Read more
79a Wilton Way, London
A stunning collection of Asian ceramics (alongside other artisan goods) in a tiny museum-like shop.
419 1/2 Warren Street, Hudson NY
Inspired by American and Mexican folk art Paula Greif’s style is loose and organic, embracing the imperfections of her shapes. Read more