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We are located in Connecticut's northwest corner just over 2 hours from New York City.
415 Sharon-Goshen Turnpike
West Cornwall, CT 06796
There have always been special shops that link the artist and craftsman to the public. At these shops craftsmen and shopkeepers not only sell their own work but also offer the work of other artisans that meet their standard of excellence.
At the Cornwall Bridge Pottery Store we have carefully selected the work of glassmakers, woodworkers, metalsmiths and others to complement our wood-fired pots. We have filled the store with treasures that meet our rigid artistic criteria - beautiful, long lasting and affordable art works.
Our Store is 5000 square feet and covers two floors. On the ground floor we showcase our Lamps and pots. The second floor focuses on several lines of furniture and contains ever-changing exhibitions of pottery.
Sometimes we feature work by students coming to the end of their apprenticeships. Other times there will be work featuring Todd Piker's innovative explorations as an artist/craftsman.
In any event keep checking back here for the latest news about our museum-quality events.
Saturday and Sunday 11:00-5:00.
It's never a bad idea to call if you can: 860/672-6545.
69 Kent Road
Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754
The Cornwall Bridge Pottery Workshop is on Route 7 in Cornwall Bridge, just 5 miles south of West Cornwall on Route 128 at the Covered Bridge.
In 1974 we built our 35 foot long woodfired tube kiln based on a design that dates back to 10th century China. Visit our workshop and watch the potters as they work at the wheel producing the variety of wares that fill this kiln. We always welcome visitors with tours through our intriguing workspace. Spend some time with us, ask us some questions, and get a taste of the potter's life and art. Not only do we have a selection of pots available for purchase but our workshop is the only location where SECONDS are available.
24/7. Not a bad idea to call to see what part of the production cycle you may be able to see. 860/672-6545
Cornwall boasts many great places to visit, aside from Cornwall Bridge Pottery! The historic covered bridge attracts many visitors during every season.
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