The Pottery Place


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132 E Street #1E, in Downtown Mansion Square
next to A Better Place to Bead, Tapioca Express and American Graffiti tattoo shop
(you can't see it from the street)
Tues & Wed 12-6, Thurs & Fri 12-9, Sat & Sun 12-6, closed Mon
(530) 750-2165

The Pottery Place closed January 30, 2005.

The Pottery Place has bique (unglazed pottery) you can come in and paint, and within a week it is fired and ready for pick-up. You can use the plates and mugs and stuff in the microwave and the dishwasher. You generally want to give yourself a couple of hours to paint, because if you've never painted (glazed) pottery before, it might take longer than you think it will.



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