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It's out in the country, but the trip is worth it. The road to Turning wheel is very beautiful. They have a lot of amazing products such as cutting board from three different kinds of wood, utensils, soaps, mugs...
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Went with to Turning Wheel Pottery to get away from the world, and we couldn't have chosen a better place! The owner Bruce met us immediately and welcomed us into their workshop, he made us feel at home like we were all old friends. He...More
My friend and I took an Impromptu road trip through Kentucky and we wanted to stop in Berea and explore the arts. The idea of trying pottery had always appealed to me but I didn't think we would be able to get into a class...More
Though a lengthy drive, it was very scenic and beautiful, when we got there we made an instant connection with the owner when we got out of the car, and he invited us into the shop where all of the treasures were - the woodworking,...More
After watching the lushes green mountains roll past my window, I began to wonder whether or not I was ever going to find Turning Wheel Pottery. Turn after turn, the roads grew narrower. However, once my friends and I found the place, we were in...More
I was amazed by the beautiful handcrafts from the Turning Wheel Pottery. The diversity of colors and shapes captivated my attention from the moment I walked in. You can find there not only pottery, but also jewelry, pens, wooden products, and many other handmade items....More