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Scargo Pottery, Dennis

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Founded in 1952 by Harry Holl, Scargo Pottery is the longest functioning pottery studio on Cape Cod. Scargo features the work of five potters. The open studio space, situated in a unique woodland environment above Scargo Lake, features the distinctive high-fire ceramics of its five resident artists: wheel-thrown and slab-built pieces, sculpture, tiles, lamps, and garden pieces, as well as exhibitions of paintings, jewelry and other media.
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  • Thoroughly enjoyed finding this pottery studio. It is off the beaten path by Scargo Lake. Lovely setting and easy to browse. Lots of different piece and colorful pottery and tiles.. A very talented fa...  more »
  • Scargo Pottery is locally owned and family operated. They have beautiful pottery that is crafted on site. You can tour the grounds and find the perfect gift or memento to take home with you.  more »
  • I have enjoyed Scargo Pottery for over 40 just gets better. When Harry Holl sat at his wheel and created beautiful pieces for us, I thought there would never be better ones. Each of our chi...  more »
  • Very interesting, eclectic, and varied works by many different potters. A little pricey. Some of the displays are kept out in the weather, a few nsfw ones to pique the kids' interest as well.