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McCarty’s pottery was super busy when we arrived. There were many unique things to look at and touch. We also visited their gardens and Koi pond which were not crowded at all and there were places to sit. I thought the prices were rather high.
A visit here let’s you see a large collection of pottery collected by many people around the area. McCarty’s pottery is available in several other locations but this has it all don’t miss the gardens if you visit here.
Items are so beautiful and useful. Lovely pieces of art in your home. Love his bunnies. I purchased small bowls to be used for snacks for guest in my home and other food items. I have several large vases on my mantle. Colors used are...More
I have been collecting McCarty pottery for years. I always enjoyed visiting with Lee McCarty and since his death his Godsons have continued the tradition that Lee and his wife, Pup, began many years ago. If you see a piece you are thinking about purchasing,...More
We were stoked to visit McCarty's. We moved to MS a year ago and we love to collect pottery, particularly if their are artists of note where we reside. We had heard great things, and our visit was lackluster.
First of all, Pete of Pete's...More
Couldn't wait to go back! Was not disappointed. Just sad I ran out of time & MONEY! This pottery is known all over the world & there is at least one piece of it in most Mississippi homes. Love their bunnies and birds! Can't get...More
Traveled here to buy some early Christmas presents. They never disappoint. Staff is very helpful. Ask if you are looking for something & can't find it...they'll go in the back & see what they can find for you. Way more pottery there than they can...More
You won't go to McCarty pottery unless someone has a penchant for it. It is hard to find, over rated and over priced unless you love their pottery. Lots of pottery. Not sure why it's so popular. For mccarty-ites, it's home.