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“Hidden Gem!”

King's Point Pottery
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Owner description: Awarded top craft shop/gallery in Atlantic Canada (2013) & working with 365 different craft makers/artists (2017).
Useful Information: Wheelchair access
Reviewed October 21, 2012

This is a super special place full of all sorts of interesting arts and crafts, most of them very unique and all of them beautiful. Highly recommended!

Thank Tim U
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Reviewed October 19, 2012

Here is an update to my January 2011 review of King's Point Pottery ...

I made my annual Newfoundland pilgrimage this summer to find that the gallery/shop had doubled its space. The new gallery is quite spacious. And you will find work from well over 100 artisans on sale. They offer boutique shopping in ocean front setting.

Thank Peter S
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Reviewed August 7, 2012

Beautiful gallery in King's point. Even the display racks are pieces of art. Owners are very welcoming and you can book pottery lessons with them. A variety of potters and other artisans for sale from NL and Atlantic Canada. This shop exceeded my expectations. A must stop.

Thank Slizered
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Reviewed June 25, 2012

I've been collection and using King's Point Pottery for 20 years and made my bi-annual pilgrimage this weekend past. What a treat! Retail space has been doubled and is now featuring amazing crafts from across the Atlantic provinces. In addition to the unique in house designs, there is pottery from the Bay of Fundy and PEI and others. Wood carvings from Winterton, NL, turned wood and Labradorite carvings show the diversity of NL crafts people and the keen eye of owners and potters, Linda and David.
The gallery has just been identified as one of the top 5 studios in the Atlantic provinces and for good reason. Jewelry, Christmas ornaments, folk art and serving dishes are just some of the categories covered in a bright, neat,well thought out space.
Don't need a pot? Just stop in for a look while whale watching or on your way to see Rattling Brook Falls.

Thank LazydaysGanderNL
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Reviewed June 6, 2012

We went out of our way to visit this shop and it was even better than I anticipated. The two potters who run the shop, Linda Yates & David Hayashida, do beautiful work themselves, but they've also done a really great job of collecting work from several other wonderful Canadian artisans, many from the East Coast. The trick is to leave the shop without too many pieces to fit in your luggage! The shop itself, a converted garage, is a point of interest and the owners will spend time telling you about it. King's Point too has many other points of interest, but I wouldn't recommend staying at Budgell's Motel (mentioned on the Pottery website).

Thank Uberscheduler
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