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Mark of the Potter, Clarkesville

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Art Gallery
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Not only is this store an amazing shop for some great pottery finds, but my kids loved it because of so much more. There was an artist creating pottery, an amazing waterfall with the biggest trout I h...  more »
  • We've been here several times, but stopped by to take our granddaughter and our friend. We ALL bought something. We love that there are many different artists that display their wares.....that it's ch...  more »
  • I visited Mark of the Potter with my cousin who lives in the area. It is one of her go-to places for gifts and beautiful pottery, home sewn goods, and similar gift ideas. It is housed in an old mill a...  more »
Google
  • We really enjoyed this little shop. It was fun to feed the fish and go downstairs to look at the old mill. Nice pottery! We bought a couple of pieces. Beautiful drive and definitely not out of the way! Will visit again.
  • This is a must visit place when my family goes to Helen, GA. There are lots of different potters represented plus often there is a potter at work at the wheel. Outside on the deck which hangs over the river it is quiet and can be enjoyed for a minute or an afternoon. My grandchildren loved feeding the huge trout that congregate near the deck.
  • A must stop for our family for 25+ years!!! The trout are amazing and bigger than you've ever seen! Stop and feed the troutā¤
  • Very relaxing place. Great to visit
  • 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.