Andy Polish Pottery, Boleslawiec

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Gift & Specialty Shop
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  • This was our very first stop on our pottery shopping adventure. Out of all the shops we visited, which were allot!! This one was the nicest inside. Lots of beautiful pottery. The shop was great but as...  more »
  • Walked in and love how organized it is. Most patterns are only available at Andy's. Great selection. Went back twice!!!! Owner is so sweet!!  more »
  • Andy's is a beautiful pottery shop. He has patterns that are unique to his shop that you can't find anywhere else. The store is very clean and organized. His is the most expensive in the area but well...  more »
  • Andy's is a good place to start your Polish Pottery search. It is outside of Boleslawiec (10 minute drive), but it gets your day started right. It provides a solid range of Pottery designs and items (i.e. Bowls, plates, spoons, etc). It also provides a wide range of patterns so you get an idea of what is available on the market. The prices are reasonable. The downside: the outlet is limited to one room. This results in similar items with different patterns stacked into one another. You have to lift multiple items (setting them aside) to see the one you desire to view, and then you need to restock. It is a bit tedious.
  • Good quality pottery! They could offer tours through their workshop and keep the bathroom cleaner.
  • I fell in love with Andy Pottery 5 or 6 years ago. My favorites in my collection are from Andy's shop. Was thrilled when he added he new kiln and bigger shop as he's been able to add more pieces to the collection. I know when I get a 2nd that it's still high quality pottery. My favorites are my new cake plate and my beer glasses. There was one bowl I happened to get on one of my first trips that fell and broke one time. That has always been the one that "got away" as it's no longer in production. However, I love it all.
  • If it looks like you're on the wrong road, you aren't...there should be a stream on your right. The store is small, like an average house, but it's all you need. The showroom is about 10' by 15' yet still shows everything they have quite well. The people speak very little English but there isn't much talking to be done. Grab your stuff, get a total and pay. Not much need for conversation. But if you need more of something, they understand and will check their storeroom.