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Mark Of The Potter is the oldest craft shop in the same location in Georgia. For 44 years now we have endeavored to provide the best functional stoneware by our own potters and specially selected potters from around the southeast and U.S.A. We are...more
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Stopped by this unique venue for a pottery studio. Structure is historic and you can go downstairs and read (as well as see )the history . The store has lots of handmade pottery pieces and some jewelry for sale by local artist. A warm fire...More
Thank Robin M
mattpots, potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
Thanks for writing a review, Robin. We're glad you found us and enjoyed our pottery shop.
We attempted to hike the Tallulah Gorge, but were told there was no descending to the bottom today due to safety issues associated with wet surfaces (early rain and all day heavy fog). Disappointed (who am I to argue with a safety warning?), but undeterred,...More
mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
We're so sorry you didnt get to hike down the gorge, but really happy you found us and enjoyed our pottery and old mill on the Soque river. Thanks for writing this wonderful review.
What a neat find on a lovely afternoon drive...so many amazing pieces to admire & respect all the combined artistic talent. Very quiet & remote, but the waterfall & underground mill were well worth my pursuit!
mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
We are so glad you found us and enjoyed our pottery shop on the beautiful Soque river. Thanks for writing a review.
Feeding the fish is probably not the first thing people think about when visiting a pottery art gallery but it is worth doing. There is a deck off the back where you can purchase fish food for a quarter. It's fun to feed the fish...More
Thank Marcia B
mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 30 September 2018
Thank you very much for the nice review, Marcia. We're glad you enjoyed our shop and the fish say thanks too.
Beautiful pieces, pottery, artwork, chimes, good variety, some really gorgeous colors in the pottery. Staff were friendly, we had our chi’s with us, which they allowed inside, but we had to carry them, which can be problematic because one of them is about 12lbs! Lots...More
Thank Julianne W
mattpots, potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 26 September 2018
Thanks for writing a review. We're glad you enjoyed our pottery and pet trout.
For those who may have trouble with stairs, we have a ramp at the back entry so there are no steps to get to the main floor to see our pottery.or...More
We were a but disappointed as there was not a large variety of pottery here. There were some lovely pieces. Building is located right next to a cascading falls and there is even one under the building that you can review. It was a nice...More
Thank Ruth Y
mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 6 September 2018
Thanks for writing a review. We’re glad you enjoyed the old mill and river. Sorry you didn’t find some pottery to take home with you. Maybe on your next visit. We fire the kiln and add new pots to the shop ever month. Check us...More
What a quaint and interesting find in Mark of The Potter! It's nestled in by the river with a lovely water fall view out the back. Once you've toured the gallery of fine pottery and the old mill in the basement, take refreshment out onto...More
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mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2018
Thanks so much for the review. We’re glad you enjoyed our pottery shop on the beautiful Soque river. We hope you can visit again soon.
We went to the store to see if we could find some unique gifts, which we did. I was pleasantly surprised at being able to sit on the back deck and watch the waterfall and/or feed the fish. There is also a small waterfall that...More
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mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 22 August 2018
Thanks for writing a review. We’re very glad you found our pottery shop and enjoyed the old mill. Hope to see you again soon.
So glad we stopped here. This building used to be a mill, but now sells pottery from different local potters. Lots of really pretty and unique pieces. There is a back porch that overlooks the water,
and you can toss handfuls of fish food down...More
Thank Angela R
mattpots, Potter at Mark of the Potter, responded to this reviewResponded 12 August 2018
Thanks for the review! We’re glad you found us too and hope you’ll come again.