Whether you're searching for a new dish set or unique decor pieces, local potters have you covered. They use their skills to create everything from serving plates to ornate dishes.
The best places for local pottery near our Cambridge apartments include:
Nestled in Boston's Fort Point neighborhood, the Jill Rosenwald Studio is home to a talented group of artisans. Jill first sold her creations on the streets of New York City before becoming famous. Today, Boston Magazine calls her "the connector." She sells her fabulous wares in stores from coast to coast, and you never know what she'll create next. Drop by the studio to see how the pots are made and browse the showroom by appointment. You can also shop online, and your order will arrive at your door. The selection includes skinny vases, large bowls, and coffee creamers.
Also in the Fort Point neighborhood, Lawrence McRae shares a studio with his wife, Jill Rosenwald. He crafts each piece to order on his potter's wheel. Lawrence carefully sculpts each detail from white earthenware before finishing with hand painting. Visitors can drop by the studio to browse. Be sure and schedule an appointment in advance, though. Offerings include lamps, serving trays, and ornate bowls. If you can't make it to the studio, you can order online for easy shipping.
Founded in 1971, Mudflat Gallery offers the community a unique opportunity for clay work. It provides fun classes and workshops and features studios home to 38 talented artists. You'll find the works of the artists and faculty. The pieces are unique, and there's always something new to discover. Offerings include mugs, teapots, and small dishes.
From local pottery stores to loose leaf tea shops around Cambridge, Luxe at Alewife is near some of the best locally-owned shops. When you're searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We'd love to show you our apartments in Cambridge firsthand.
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