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Mark of the Potter, Clarkesville

(4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • The art is amazing and original pieces. Stunning color and unique designs. The kids loved feeding the fish and I loved the pottery I purchased. Win win!  more »
  • A nice stop along Scenic 197. Beautiful pottery, bought some magnets for myself and family. You can feed the very large trout off the balcony, overlooking a pretty creek. Then you can check out the ba...  more »
  • Their pottery is excellent and is worth looking around to see the amazing work. You can go out on the back porch and feed the very large trout. It is lots of fun!  more »
  • Absolutely gorgeous! It was awesome to browse the creations while listening to the river. Then we walked onto the porch to watch the trout. It was too warm to feed them but it was so cool to see them. I will definitely be back to visit again.
  • Always my favorite place to bring our guests to experience authentic North Georgia pottery by Matt and the other artists there. The historic grist mill and beautiful Soque River waterfall setting are the best part of a day in the mountains.
  • Open 10am to 6pm every day of the week, all spring, summer, and fall. 10am to 5pm daily in January, February and March. Scheduled to be closed only on Christmas day, though may close if weather prevents safe travel. 4 in-house potters fire the big kiln once a month so there's always fresh pots, plus deliveries from 35-40 other potters (mostly from around the southeast, but some as far as Vermont and Texas) occurring all spring, summer, and fall. Facebook page is updated often with pictures of deliveries, kiln openings, the fish, and other wildlife, as well as news from the potter side of things and any weather related closing.
  • Great little pottery place. We take out of towners here all the time. Remember to feed the fish in the back. Also say hi to the cat and check out the area under the shop. :)
  • This place is a real North GA tradition. It's a must see for any trip to the mountains.