Pottery To Go!
Please read carefully!!!
Hopefully everyone is staying safe with everything that is going on. We are not open for walk in pottery painting at this time, but we do have pottery to go! We will set you up with pottery, paints and even brushes, if you need them! We are offering delivery at no extra charge to residences in the following school districts: West Chester, Downingtown, Kennett and Unionville/Chadds Ford. We will deliver your "paint-at-home" purchase to you within 24 to 72 hours based on our delivery routes for the week and your proximity to our studio (minimum $25 order). If you do not want delivery, you may pick it up at our shop during designated times in our pick up bin (see below). All of our orders will be packed while wearing masks and gloves.
The prices shown include firing of the pottery after you paint it, but does not include the glazes. You must buy the glazes from us separately. WE WILL NOT FIRE ANYTHING THAT IS PAINTED WITH PRODUCTS FROM SOMEWHERE ELSE!
We will also have monitored "drop off" and "pick up" bins outside our shop at designated times (no person to person contact & no one will be allowed in the store). You can drop off painted pottery for firing, or let us know you are coming at least a day before the designated time and we will have your finished pottery outside in the "pick up" bin. If you are picking up a "pottery to go" order, The order must be placed at least 1 day before your pick up. When ordering, you must write in the note section during checkout which designated day you are picking it up. We will set this up a couple times a week for a couple hours at a time. We will post the times on our website and on social media. We will generally need a couple of weeks to fire and have your pottery ready for pick-up.
In the future when we reopen you can also drop off your painted pottery to the shop for firing! Stay tuned...we may be coming up with a plan for picking up your pottery to go orders for firing.
Below are some examples...
Free Meter Parking
Every day till the crisis is over