We’re excited to share the top Montreal pottery artists with you. We’ve handpicked some of our favourite local handmade Montreal pottery artists.
Some pictures are from the websites of the businesses we feature. This post may contain affiliate links. At no cost to you, we may earn a small commission if you make a purchase. This helps support our team and allows us to keep making local shopping in Canada easy. Thank you for supporting our family-owned small business too!
MONTREAL POTTERY BRANDS
Montreal pottery shop, Sonn Ceramics, creates some of the most incredible handmade ceramic cups and mugs. Sonia, the pottery artist, uses the most vibrant and beautiful glazes to create unique colour combinations. Each pattern and design is minimal yet impactful. These are the perfect pottery pieces to display on an open shelf or in a glass cupboard.
The handmade granite and ceramic bowls, plates, mugs and serving dishes from Cocomelo Ceramics are playful in design, patterns and colours. You can choose from the dot and stripe collection made from granite or the colourful, fun, circle ceramic collection (our personal favourite) with interesting elements such as cone-shaped handles.
Minipott Montreal Pottery
You can tell the designer and maker of the ceramic items at Minipott started her career as a graphic designer. The intricate details of each pattern, the beautiful use of colour and the carefully though-out designs come through in each piece that she makes. One of our favourite items is the adorable daisy candle holders that come in an array of bright colours and these amazing patterned mugs shown below.
Another amazing Montreal pottery business is Maison Stoi. Here you can choose from beautiful ceramic teacups with swirls of different shades of pink, handmade espresso cups in hues of blue, grey and black or matcha bowls with a modern, glossy finish. Each of these items would make a great housewarming gift.
Naomi Charron Pottery In Montreal
The contrast of the red clay and moody blue-grey glaze makes these ceramic bowls, tumblers and mugs hard to resist. You can tell the experience Naomi has in creating each beautiful ceramic piece. She is even a member of the Quebec craft’s council and the Quebec Association of Ceramists, ensuring that her products are of the highest quality and standards.
Looking for something a little bit different? Montreal pottery shop, Poterie Bonmatin, hand makes gorgeous ceramic water pitchers, dip bowls, olive oil dispensers and more. Each with splashes of vibrant purples, reds, oranges, greens and blues. The water pitcher can even be used as a vase if you prefer. These pottery pieces will elevate your kitchen aesthetic all the while serving a purpose. We also included these olive oil dispensers in our cooking gift ideas.
Montreal Pottery Classes
If you’re looking to take a pottery class in Montreal, Les Faiseurs has a number of classes to choose from. They offer introductory pottery classes, classes for kids and parents to do together and more advanced classes like glaze making.