Below is a list of the top and leading Pottery Shops in Brisbane. To help you find the best Pottery Shops located near you in Brisbane, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Brisbane’s Best Pottery Shops:
The top rated Pottery Shops in Brisbane are:
- Pottery Supplies
- Windmill Pottery
- Graceville Imports
Pottery Supplies has been based in Paddington/Milton area in excess of 60 years. Dirk Brower was the original owner and he exited the industry some 26 years ago and Pottery Supplies has been owned by the current owners since 1986. Both Pottery Supplies in Brisbane and Sydney are considered to be one of the major suppliers to the pottery/ceramics industry. Pottery Supplies manufactures the Deco Range of colours as developed by Mark Sauvage.
Pottery Supplies Online marks the beginning of a new era for Pottery Supplies, allowing their customers to purchase online.
Bisqueware, Casting Slip, Clay, Clear Glaze, Electric Kilns, Engobe & Slips, Equipment, Frit, Glaze, Japanese Tissues, Lustre & Onglaze Enamels, Oxide, Powdered Clay, Raw Materials, Screen Printing, Tools, Underglaze
“Definitely the place to go for all your pottery needs and wants. Wide and varied range of products. Friendly and helpful staff. Enjoyable experience!” – Tim Ware
Windmill Pottery – All of their pottery is made from their own clay that is dug and processed at the pottery. They are the only boutique pottery in Queensland that does that. They call it Quandamooka Clay after the First Australians who lived in their region. Their totem, the Quandamooka is the name they gave the Dugong or sea cow, a sea mammal like the dolphin. The clay, which was used as body paint by the Quandamooka, is a terracotta stoneware suitable for both forms of ceramic. Blessed by a Quandamooka elder, it really is a unique Australian product.
Ceramics marked with a single windmill pottery stamp have been crafted by the resident master potter, Paul Holland. The pottery also has visiting artists and protégés working at the pottery. Their work displays the pottery stamp along with their own individual signatures. At Windmill Pottery, they are dedicated to creating Australian pottery from scratch – from digging up the clay right through to glazing and exhibiting. The Windmill way makes their pottery unique in Gondwanaland and people can go there become part of their tradition.
The Windmill Collection, Vessels, Tea Sets, Pots, Pottery Facilities Hire, Repairs & Maintenance, Pottery Classes & Workshops
“A bloody great experience.” – Jaicob Benton
Graceville Imports is one of Australia’s premier pottery suppliers with fashionable and functional planters designed to enhance today’s homes and gardens. They source from factories in Europe & Asia and find planters and accessories to match what people want-and what people will buy. Their business is focused on supplying product, service and variety to the independent retailers of Australia. They are committed to building loyal relationships with their customers.
Ancient, Antique Terracotta, Bird Baths, Bonsai & Feet, Blue & White Ceramics, Critters & Creatures, Fibrestone, Glazed, Limestone, Metro, New Arrivals, Old Stone, Panorama, Precinct, Slate Statues, Lanterns & Features, Stone Bowls/Pedestals & Pots, Terracotta, Terracotta Standards, Terrazzo Lite, Other Items
“Great products great customer service very helpful.” – Roger Lewis
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