If you’re searching for the top Canadian pottery studios, you’re in luck. Over the years my obsession with finding unique pottery in Canada hasn’t slowed down. There’s something so special about finding a unique pottery piece for a wedding gift or to keep for yourself. I’m so excited to share some of my personal favourite Canadian pottery artists with you. Scroll down to check them out and thank you for supporting these local Canadian shops. 


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Studio 648 Pottery

Canadian pottery artist, Alicia, is the owner behind local Ontario business, Studio 648 Pottery. Her current pottery collection consists of handmade wheel thrown mugs. What we love most about her pottery are the glaze colours she uses. Some glazes are neutral while others are turquoise and bright blue like the mug shown below. It’s our absolute favourite!

Picture Credit: Studio 648 Pottery

Thistlewood Pottery

Thistlewood Pottery is a local Manitoba shop based in Whitemouth. Cheryl, the owner of Thistlewood Pottery, found pottery later in life but once she did, she never looked back. Her pottery designs are gorgeous in many different colours and finishes such as matte black, glossy teal or speckled white. We’ve never seen the matte black glaze before and really like the unique modern look it gives. With mugs, wine cups, pottery spoons, serving dishes, mugs and more you can fill your cupboards with Cheryl’s beautiful Canadian pottery. She even offers the option to customize many of her pottery creations which make them a great housewarming, anniversary or wedding gift.

Picture Credit: Thistlewood

LN Pottery In Canada

‘Calming’ is one word we use to describe the Canadian pottery made by Lydia Nicholson. If you click to see her entire collection, you’ll know what we mean. Each piece is made with intention and the glazes used provoke a calming vibe. She even makes candles that come in a handmade pottery vessel.

LN Pottery is a local Ontario shop based in Brigden. If you happen to live in the area (it’s near Sarnia), you can save on shipping and pick up your order. Simply use coupon code: LOCAL at checkout.

Picture Credit: LN Pottery

Joceramique: Canadian Pottery Studio

The pottery pieces at Joceramique are more than just pottery they are truly pieces of art. With large and small mugs, espresso cups, bowls and more made with a mix of smooth and textured finishes. The unique element is many of the pieces have an abstract enamel decoration, making them look like art.

Joceramique is a local Quebec business based in Saint-Eustache.

Picture Credit: Joceramique

Kyms Pottery

Kyms Pottery is a local Nova Scotia shop based in Digby. Kym makes beautiful Canadian pottery and stoneware. In her collection, you’ll find large and small mugs, latte and cappuccino cups and bowls of every size perfect for cereal, ice cream, rice or ramen noodles or as serving or fruit bowls. The mixture of colours on each piece is exquisite and many are topped off with a beautiful glaze finish. If you’d like to know about Kym’s process and how she makes each item, you can read through her product descriptions for step by step information.

Picture Credit: Kyms Pottery

Bleu Marie Pottery: Canadian Pottery

Blue Marie Pottery makes such a wide array of of beautifully made in Canada household items. Items such as your typical mugs and bowls but also; coasters, beautiful electric blue utensil holders, house numbers, butter dishes in multiple colour options, little spice jars, dog bowls, potted planters and more. It’s incredible, you can have all of the functionality of everyday household items but with the beauty of Canadian made pottery.

Picture Credit: Bleu Marie Pottery

The Palms Potter

Canadian pottery studio, The Palms Potter, is an Ontario shop based in North Bay and owned by pottery artist, April. The fun thing about April is she loves all styles of pottery so that is what she creates. You are bound to find something you love in her shop as she hand makes many household items in many different colours, textures, and finishes.

  • You can save on shipping by using coupon code: LOCALPICKUP if you live in North Bay and want to pick up your order. 
Picture Credit: The Palms Potter

Island Pottery

Tim Alexander is the Canadian pottery artist behind Island Pottery, a local Thunder Bay shop. We own lots of pottery pieces by Tim including the two mugs you see below. We absolutely love the detail of these mugs and how they feel in our hands. Tim operates his pottery studio in Thunder Bay for part of the year and then works from his studio in Rossport, ON on Nicol Island (hence the name – Island Pottery) from May to October. You’re welcome to visit his pottery studio and shop in person if you’re in Rossport, ON along Lake Superior.

These Canadian pottery studios are definitely some of my top picks when it comes to pottery in Canada. I’ll continue to update this list as my Canadian pottery collection grows. Your support of these Canadian shops means so much. Thank you for shopping local.

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