We are so pleased to announce the return of Joseph Panacci to our store. We carried his work many years ago and caught up with him at the Toronto Outdoor Art Show this summer.
As you can seehe has brought in a splendid selection of bowls, vases, pitchers, lidded jars and mugs. Known for his exquisite glazing and throwing, his work must be handled to appreciate the workmanship. All his work is handcrafted porcelain fired in a wood-fire kiln. Therefore, they truly are one of a kind.
Just received our first order of pottery from Wendy Parsons and Zach Dietrich. Below are the displays in our shop which include teapots, mugs, wine set, shot glasses, dip sets, appetizer plates, bowls and platters. We also have a couple of face mugs.
Their studio is in a converted church in Moose Jaw, SK. where they work mainly in stoneware...Wendy handbuilding and Zach on the wheel. As you can see the glazes are colourful and warm.
Welcome toardith one, Canadian Pottery and Crafts.We were established in 1971 and have been at our present location, 3311 Yonge Street for 40 years. We represent over 60 Canadian potters plus carry several glass lines, jewelry, iron work and wooden decoys. Our mandate is to carry functional pottery at affordable prices. The name "ardith" is Bev's middle name. We have a websitewww.ardithone.comand encourage you to visit it for more information on the store. I am using this blog to keep our customers up to date on what's new in the store.