Over the last few years the craft and appreciation for pottery has been booming. With handmade Canadian pottery you know you’re getting a true one-of-a-kind item for your home or office, which may be part of the reason it’s become so popular. If you’re looking for some of the top Vancouver pottery artists then keep scrolling to see our list of awesome Vancouver pottery shops. 


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Sore Legged Potter

Sore Legged Potter designs colourful dishware and kitchen accessories. Their nature-inspired designs include a mountain-shaped napkin or sponge holder, tropical-coloured vases and plates, and earthy tumblers. For a great gift idea be sure to check out their hand-painted mugs.

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Pottery In Vancouver: Lianna Klassen Art

Lianna Klassen Art offers functional pottery with a modern flair. While they have a great selection of gnomes, butter dishes, and bowls, their mugs are what caught our eye! Their word mugs feature affirmations or words of encouragement and would make a great gift for any coffee or tea lover.


Potteruki creates pottery and porcelain jewelry made in small batches. Their miniature vase trio sets are an adorable way to add a pop of colour to a shelf or kitchen without taking up too much space. They also make the perfect gift for cat lovers, a mini cat ring dish.

Curvy Pots Handmade is your go-to for modern and colourful pottery. Owner, Ivy, creates unique pieces such as yarn bowls, pet bowls, and cake plates. If you’re interested in learning how to make your own pottery, she also offers private classes in her Vancouver studio.

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Pottery In Vancouver: Kendra Erpeton

Isn’t this mug from Vancouver pottery artist, Kendra Erpeton, so beautiful? We love the combination of deep navy and light blue mixed with the textured belly of the mug. Along with this mug, Kendra has many more Canadian pottery pieces to choose from. 

Picture Credit: Kendra Erpeton

Golem Designs Vancouver Pottery

Golem Designs is the place to go for modern, urban and distinct pottery pieces. While their ramen bowls, cheese boards, and wall planters are impressive, our favourite piece is their fruit bowl. These unique dishes are an instant conversation piece that would perfectly suit any modern or minimalist style home, office, or lobby.

Prickly Potter

The mugs from Vancouver-based pottery shop, Prickly Potter, are some of our favourite. The unique details, like their glazes, shapes & colours, are what set them apart. 

Picture Credit: Prickly Potter

Arkiletian Ceramics

These wheel thrown and intricately hand carved mugs from Arkiletian Ceramics are stunning. They feature west coast inspired designs like whales and mermaids.

Picture Credit: Arkiletian Ceramics

Vancouver Pottery: Side Project By Kira

The pottery from local Vancouver business, Side Project By Kira, is made in soft pastel colours and has an abstract art element to their designs. These are truly one-of-a-kind pottery pieces.

Picture Credit: Side Project By Kira

Bad Potter Ceramics

Another Canadian pottery studio and local Vancouver shop is Bad Potter Ceramics. Their pottery is made in Canada in small batches. We love their dimple mugs (shown below) but they also make some really beautiful match strikers, platters and tea cups with tea strainers. Their tea set would make a lovely gift for tea lovers.

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Picture Credit: Bad Potter Ceramics

Vancouver Pottery: Konkqr

If you’re looking for a handmade pottery vase, Konkqr, a local Vancouver pottery studio, has so many unique ones to choose from. We personally love the bright turquoise vase shown below. Their vases would also make a great housewarming or wedding gift.

Picture Credit: Konkqr

Tree Seed Ceramics

Vancouver pottery studio, Tree Seed Ceramics, is also making a collection of beautiful pottery vases. They have a variety of sizes and styles to choose from. Some of their vases are perfect for holding a single flower while others would be perfect for an entire pampas grass arrangement. We love these modern black and white vases shown below. 

Picture Credit: Tree Seed Ceramics

HW Ceramic Works: Vancouver Pottery

HW Ceramic Works creates sleek, modern, handmade pottery. Their most popular item is their pasta bowls, which are large shallow bowls that could double as a plate. Each set is made to order and comes in 3 colour varieties to perfectly suit your kitchen.

Dusten Ceramics offers handmade mugs and tumblers in neutral tones. Each of their dishware pieces carries its own unique characteristics so no two pieces are alike. They are also microwave and dishwasher-safe. Our favourite piece is their beautiful snowy mountain tumbler.

Picture Credit: Dusten Ceramics

Yvonne Ceramics brings you handmade ceramics and pottery bowls. Their stunning blue galaxy and speckled bowls make great centerpieces, condiment bowls, or catch-all dishes. If you’re looking for something unique to you, they are also able to create custom pieces.

SIND Studio

Picture Credit: SIND Studio

HKV Pottery creates some of our favourite pottery tumblers and mugs. If you’re looking for something unique and funky, we highly recommend checking out this shop. Their tumblers can even be used for small planters. They’re currently offering free shipping.

Picture Credit: HKV Pottery

Sweet Sapling Studio

The Sweet Sapling Studio creates some of the most unique and whimsical pottery we’ve ever seen. Some of their pieces are bright, colourful and fun while other pieces are intricate and incredibly detailed. You definitely need to see these handmade creations.

As you can see there are so many amazing Vancouver pottery artists. We’ll keep updating this list as we discover new pottery in Vancouver to share with you. You might also be interested in these Vancouver pottery classes.

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