Best Online Ceramics Shops

We love that the internet allows artisans and makers to create unique wares and then sell them directly online. These Best Online Ceramics Shops showcase some of our favorite pottery makers. Sign up for shops newsletter because shop sales are intermittent so it’s important to be in the know. Newsletters have shop updates, news and product releases. More than often their wares sell out within 24 hours. Some of these online ceramics shops also offer pre-orders. Also, see our best brick & mortar ceramics shops and our shopping guide to some of our favorite ceramic pieces and makers.

DBO HOME

Dana Brandwein (the DB in the brand) creates handmade ceramics from natural materials. Ceramics are sanded to ensure the perfect touch, then bisque-fired, glazed, and fired again. Goods are made-to-order and ready to ship.


ELEPHANT CERAMICS

Former magazine editor and stylist, Michele Michael creates handmade, organic ceramic forms in her Maine studio. Her pieces are mainly in a palette of blue.


FLORIAN GADSBY

Working from his studio in North London, follow Florian Gadsby on Instagram where he shares his creative process and shop updates.


HELEN LEVI

Photographer and potter, Helen Levi creates beautiful colorful ceramics like these Beach pots in her Queens studio, which she frequently opens to local shoppers. Read more


ILLYRIA POTTERY

Katie Coston’s ceramics include jewelry, functional and decorative objects. Katie recently closed her Oxford shop and has moved exclusively online. Read More


MQUAN

Michele Quan makes ceramics for the home and garden in her Brooklyn studio, often with images are rooted in the visual symbols of Eastern iconography. Read more


JONO SMART

Glasgow-based garden designer turned potter, Jono Smart believes in allowing the materiality of the clay to be the focus of his pieces.


THE FREAKY RAKU

From their studio in Venice, Italy, Zaira Zarotti & Francesco Pettenà, create pottery in the Japanese Raku technique.


EPURE

Justine Lacoste creates her delicate porcelain and stoneware ceramics on the beautiful French island of île-de-Ré.


SAMUEL SPARROW

Potter and tool maker who works from his studio in an old post office in south-west Scotland.

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