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In an effort to continue keeping one another safe, in this 3rd year of covid-19 we request
you please wear a mask
when visiting Clay Design Pottery.

We will too.

To avoid disappointment, please phone or email

before coming out to ensure
we will be open.

Thank you!


The 2021 CBC Harbour Lights Information Morning
Saint John coffee mug was an extra special one
in celebration of 25 years! of this wonderful
fundraising initiative!

David made a beautiful frosty green mug
with a festive deep red and green label.


Did you get your special 2020

CBC Information Morning Harbour Lights coffee mug?

Working closely with the folks at CBC, this year's collectible coffee mug commemorates what we hope will be an unusual event as the world slowly returns
to some semblance of normality.

Thank you CBC for this great little video

of David in action at the wheel!

We spent the 2014 Victoria Day weekend hosting

a special wood firing workshop for the

Nova Scotia Potters Guild.

The weather was perfect, the firing went just beautifully, and the results were wonderful!


It was great fun and we are hoping to do more.


If you are a potter, or a member of a group of potters who would like to do some wood firing,

please give us a call or send us an email.


David got the brand new arch built on his Olson Fast Fire wood kiln (approximately 8 to 12 hours

to complete a firing) just in time to be christened by the fun and creative crew from Nova Scotia.


They've named it "The Tin Dragon"

2012 was CLAY DESIGN'S 20th Anniversary!!


Now you no longer need to wonder
if we're OPEN or not, when you're
driving by!

Pretty high-tech!


85 km southeast of Fredericton,

and 85 km northwest of Saint John,

and 22 km south of The Village of Gagetown


is located at

4993 Route 102, Central Hampstead
New Brunswick  E5M 2A7  Canada

We are on the river side of Rte 102































We can be reached by phone at


We can be reached by email at


Our little retail pottery shop is open

by chance or appointment.


Please call first to confirm we'll be open

when you are planning to come visit.

This has become increasingly important as we
all deal with the corona virus and have had
to adjust our habits, processes and environments
in our attempts to stay safe.

We recommend you wear a mask

— so shall we, and let's maintain

proper social distancing.

Thank you!

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