There’s no better way to remember your Ohio experience than by going home with a one-of-a-kind piece from Holmes County Pottery. Shop everything from planters to tableware and baking dishes. You’re sure to find a few things that you can’t resist. Don’t miss one of the best pottery shops in Ohio!
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Everything You Need to Know About Holmes County Pottery
About Holmes County Pottery
Meet the expert behind this craft! Cary Hulin, potter and owner of Holmes County Pottery, is a highly skilled artisan. He has become a master of the wheel after decades of experience. Cary has taken full control of every step in his process. He even built his own wood-fired kiln using 10,000 bricks.
The masterpieces created at Holmes County Pottery are not only beautiful but are also made completely by hand. Cary mixes his own clay and decorates each one to make a work of art. Stop by to see his workshop in action and witness the creation of these unique yet functional pottery pieces.
What You’ll Find
Holmes County Pottery carries a variety of ceramic goods made for home and garden. You’ll always be surprised when you step through the door. Shop stunning planters, ornate baking dishes, vases, and more! We’re sure something will catch your eye. Each one is both beautiful and practical. Anything you find here would make an excellent gift for any occasion. Just don’t be surprised if you end up wanting to keep everything for yourself. You’ll always remember your Amish Country stay with these distinctive potteries adorning your home.
Plan a Visit
Let us help you plan a visit to Holmes County Pottery! Part of the experience is that you’ll have to head off the beaten path to find Cary’s workshop. The store is located in western Holmes County not far from Danville, OH. It’s only a 35-minute drive from the White Oak Inn. To get the most out of your experience, try to plan your visit during an open house event. These usually occur every three months when Cary has crafted enough pots to fill the kiln. The open house events tend to create a buzz among his fans, so you’ll want to plan an early visit on these days. These new pieces tend to sell quickly! Follow the Holmes County Pottery Facebook page to stay up-to-date. There’s always a new treasure to find!
Stay at White Oak Inn
Amish Country is the ideal place to slow down, relax, and enjoy peace and quiet. Our inn is nestled in the middle of the area and offers easy access to many local attractions. Whether you’re looking for unique handmade items, arts, delicious food, or unique experiences you’ll remember for years; we have it all right here in Amish Country. Relax and rejuvenate with us! Our guests enjoy cozy accommodations, fantastic dining, and packages at the White Oak Inn to enhance your stay.