Below is a list of the top and leading Pottery Shops in Newcastle. To help you find the best Pottery Shops located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Newcastle’s Best Pottery Shops:
The top rated Pottery Shops in Newcastle are:
- A.A. Kilns Pty Ltd
- Poppy’s Home & Garden
- Newcastle Studio Potters Inc.
A.A. Kilns Pty Ltd
A.A. Kilns Pty Ltd started with the creation of quality kilns and furnaces for more than four decades ago. For those years, they were able to produce great designs and innovations on their products. With their large stock, whatever you need, you might just get to see it there. A.A. Kilns Pty Ltd also pride themselves to be a reseller for the products of Tetlow Kilns & Furnaces Pty Ltd and Woodrow Fibre kilns.
Kilns, Clay, Parts, Controllers, Thermocouples, Specials, Kiln Manuals
“Ross and Leonie helping you all the time with great customer skills and quality products.” – Baris Guner
Poppy’s Home & Garden
Poppy’s Home & Garden is a family-owned and operated business in Oakdale Road at Gateshead, Newcastle. They are offering landscaping and design services, pots and planters, and other gardening products. They have been in the industry since 2006 and still, they are employed with highly-trained and skilled staff to ensure the quality of their services.
Pots & Planters, Garden, Landscaping & Design Service, Other Products
“Such a great range of plants and homewares! I found a few amazing indoor plants that my local nursery didn’t have, which made the 40 minute journey there worth it. The staff I observed were helpful and attentive. I shall be back for more of your plants and outdoor pots!” – Aedona Agda
Newcastle Studio Potters Inc.
Newcastle Studio Potters Inc. was founded by a group of students focusing on ceramics at Newcastle in 1969. Their group decided to join the Workers Educational Association in Newcastle. They moved to a new location with more facilities to cater to more students.
Newcastle Studio Potters Inc. became a passionate exhibition space for ceramics in 1992. Their group obtained their qualification into becoming an incorporated association in 1987. Their association is supported by the New South Wales Government.
Ceramics, Pots, Art Works
“Always full of wonderful, hand made ceramics.” – Lynda Gibbins
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