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We stopped by to take a peek at the the hand made ceramic pottery. This is a lovely out of the way shop with a quaint garden filled with very original pottery faces in a variety of styles and colors along with lively frog garden...More
Hoffmann Pottery is a small local shop that has been in business for 40 years as Edith Hoffmann does what she loves to do best which is make beautiful pottery. We visited Hoffmann Pottery almost 10 years ago with my two daughters when they were...More
Came here on referral and so glad we did. We purchased a gorgeous bowl that sits on our bar overlooking the whole of newly designed kitchen and family room. Enjoyed chatting with Elaine Hoffman, such a delightful talented woman.
Stopped in as this was on our list of places to check out in the area. Both of us bought some nice pieces. I enjoyed the bright "Crayola crayon" colored pattern and got a pen/pencil holder and matching soup mug for my daughter studying to...More
We stopped there today to see what they had to offer. We were extremely impressed..
They way her pottery was displayed made it easy to shop. Her workmanship was wonderful, and the prices excellent. For this quality merchandise you would pay a lot more in...More
Hoffman Pottery is located on the property (presumably attached to the house) of the artist - so you feel exactly like you're pulling into someone's driveway when you go. The shop is set up to be open to visitors without having to be fully staffed...More
Unique pottery.As soon as you walk in your surrounded by colorful pieces that are thoughtfully merchandised. A great place to find a one of a kind gift for a wedding or birthday.....Elaine also does plate painting classes .A nice idea for a rainy day with...More
We passed this off the road cottage with cute pottery frogs in the garden a few weeks ago outside of Great Barrington. My wife liked a few pieces there but compared with the magnificent pottery that we saw in Lennox it was way,way overpriced. Nevertheless,...More