The only thing better than finding gorgeous handmade pottery is discovering amazing pottery made by people in your home city. If you’re looking for some of the best pottery in Toronto, we’ve rounded up our favourites in this blog post. We hope you enjoy it and find a new favourite Toronto pottery shop to support. 


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Three Sheets Pottery

Three Sheets Pottery is an online pottery shop run by hobbyist, sailor and potter, Michelle. In her collection, you’ll find the cutest catch-all trays and soap dishes with images such as feathers, bees, and a monstera leaf. With a neutral colour palette and a variety of styles, these trays make great housewarming gifts.


JF Clayware is the creative outlet of owner, Julie. At first glance, you can see her handmade ceramic homewares are made with love. From jewelry dishes to ashtrays to mugs and salt dishes, any of the beautiful items in her shop are sure to become the new conversation piece of your kitchen or living room.


Yama Designs brings you handmade porcelain tumblers and mugs. Their large mugs not only allow you to start your day with extra coffee, they also have a calming beach tone and indented body for extra comfort. For a great birthday or mother’s day gift be sure to check out their handmade teapot with matching cups.


Stainsby Studios has been featured in Chatelaine magazine, NY Times, and HGTV. In their shop, you’ll find a variety of handmade vases, mugs, dishes, and more. Our favourite item is their match striker, which is not only practical but makes a lovely modern decor piece.

Sarah Whyte Ceramics

Sarah Whyte Ceramics creates unique porcelain and stoneware items. From watering cans to a pot-belly pig vase, if you’re looking for something one-of-a-kind, you’re sure to find it here! For those interested in learning more about how each piece is made, owner Sarah has her own YouTube channel to document the process.


Dirt To Dishes is a metaphor owner, Janet, uses in her everyday life. She found her passion turning dirt into beautiful plates, mugs, and bowls. Her unique textured bowls with matching spoons make a great addition to any kitchen and a great birthday or housewarming gift.

Bettina Westwood

Bettina Westwood creates some incredible ceramic mugs and a few other home decor pieces. Some of the mugs have a neutral vibe (shown below) while others have unique accents like bright coloured handles.

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Bentline Studio

Shirley Zussman Ceramics


Imaginis Clay Studio

Picture Credit: Imaginis Clay Studio

There you have it, some of the best pottery in Toronto. Hopefully this round-up blog post helped you find a new pottery shop to support right here in Toronto. 

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