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Hand crafted pottery for your dinner table, kitchen, and home, made in the Hill Country of Central Texas. Nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country Wineries, located on scenic farm road 473 in Comfort and just minutes from Sisterdale...more
About half a mile off FM473 between Comfort and Sisterdale. Brian is a fantastic artist who not only forms all the pottery but also blends his colors and formulates the clay. He explained all the processes and take a genuine artisan pride in his work....More
The owner is very kind and welcoming. Shared a few stories about how the pottery is made and the local ash used in the glaze. Beautiful pieces with various colors to choose from. A short scenic drive off the main highway. Well worth the visit.
We took a pottery class, mine looked nothing like the works available to purchase but it was still a very fun class that I would take again. There are multiple styles and colors of beautiful pottery available to purchase and I did get some great...More
This was a great find. Do call ahead to make sure they are open and even if they are not it is a lovely drive in the country. We were going to drive through the I-10 on our trip just to stop here but they...More
This place is located seemingly out in the middle of nowhere in the beautiful Texas hill country. The owners are friendly and willing to share their knowledge of making functional pottery that is quite lovely at reasonable prices. We have returned several times to purchase...More
We have come to Hill Country Pottery twice in the last few months. Brian and his wife are very welcoming and friendly. We have bought their pottery twice because it is so beautiful and unique.
We love using our bowls because they are functional and...More
We met the potter himself, who gave us a tour of the studio and kilns. It's a beautiful spot where you can take your own wine and watch the sun set over the hills. I bought several brie cheese plates (with a delicious recipe), some...More
This is a quaint little shop with beautiful pieces. The owner was very friendly and gave us a tour and walked us through the process of how the pottery pieces are made. We had no idea the process took so long from start to finish....More