Big Dog Pots Pottery
located on East Main Street in Marshall, Virginia, is the perfect place to find handmade gifts, spend time creating with Paint and Glaze
, and dive in to the mud with our flexible Pottery Classes
Browse our website, or stop in and visit our gift gallery to find unique handmade pottery, jewelry and other one of a kind treasures.
Give us a call and we can put together a wonderful celebration for a birthday, family reunion, off site team building, scouting event or other gathering. Our scheduling is flexible and we work to fit your needs. Lessons are also available by appointment.
Contact us to discuss your ideas for custom, personalized gifts for weddings, anniversaries, Christmas, special days, or for every day. Personalized wedding gifts
created from pottery are a lasting and lovely reminder of a very special day.
Giving Handmade is Giving LOVE.
In the Gallery at Big Dog Pots Pottery you will find three show rooms filled with unique, handmade pottery gifts from local and regional artisans. In addition to our functional ceramic pieces, you will find handmade birdhouses, handmade baskets made with bridle and stirrup pieces, hand turned bowls, handmade jewelry, fiber art, and many other original treasures.
Stop in and see what's new!
Big Dog Pots Pottery is conveniently located at Exit 28 on Interstate 66. Follow the signs from our highway exit. Serving the Marshall, Warrenton, Haymarket, Gainesville, Front Royal, Winchester, Fairfax, and the
metropolitan Washington, D.C. region.
Foo reminds you to "wipe your paws!"
Pottery Classes for all ages are forming now. Our pottery classes are small and fill quickly. Contact the Studio for availability. Shop ONLINE at the Big Dog Pots ETSY Shop for wedding gifts, dog bowls, personalized gifts, and custom made ceramics. Big Dog Pots Created by potter Lori Langford
"I receive inspiration from the natural environment that surrounds my home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. It brings me great joy to know that my pieces are being used every day, all over the world. I absolutely LOVE receiving pictures of my pieces in action, especially my pet bowls."
Why "Big Dog Pots Pottery"?
The name fits as most of our benefactors are local animal rescue groups. Big Dog Pots Pottery believes in helping those who
cannot always help themselves.