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KPG Pottery Shop

Our Pottery Shop is Open!

We have missed seeing our regular customers.  Feel safe coming into our shop and browsing for that perfect gift.  Our potters and artisans have been continuing to make individual, one of a kind pieces that you will love. All proceeds are used to support the guild’s work in ceramics education and to the support the artisan. 

Shop Online By Category

  • KPG Bowls product category

    Bowls

  • Mug (Under $30 Product Category)

    Gifts Under $30

  • Tealight holder (Holidays Product Category)

    Holiday Items

  • Fruit bowl (Kitchen Product Category)

    Kitchenware

  • KPG Endowed Items

    KGP Endowed Items

  • KPG Mugs product category

    Mugs

  • KPG Platters product category

    Platters

  • KPG Trays product category

    Trays

Shop Online by Potter

  • Carolyn Cisco's Pottery

    Carolyn Cisco

  • Cathy Allen's Pottery

    Cathy Allen

  • Darlene Malcolm-Moran's Pottery

    Darlene Malcolm-Moran

  • Jane Turner's Pottery

    Jane Turner

  • John and Carole Bandurchin's Pottery

    John and Carole Bandurchin

  • Kristina Albright's Pottery

    Kristina Albright

  • Lilian Forester's Pottery

    Lilian Forester

  • Priya Harding's Pottery

    Priya Harding

  • Lucia McHardy's Pottery

    Lucia McHardy

  • Karina Bates' Pottery

    Karina Bates

  • June Goodwin's Pottery

    June Goodwin

shopping at the KPG Gallery
These ladies found some lovely items for a wedding present

We Accept

We accept Visa, Mastercard and Interac

Hours

Current Store Hours 

Thursdays – Saturdays 11:00 – 5:00 p.m.

And it isn’t just pottery!  We have glass and silver  jewelery, beautiful pens, hand woven bags, shawls and scarves as well as gourds.

We are happy to have the Peterborough Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild, the Kawartha Woodturners and the Kawartha Gourders in our gallery.  This means that we have a variety of quality hand made work available when you come to visit.

The guild is a non-profit to promote the ceramic arts.  The guild takes a commission from all sales in the Pottery Shop to cover the costs of operating the guild with rest going to the artist.

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