World-class Workmanship


Pewabic Pottery |

A National Historic Landmark known as Pewabic Pottery calls Jefferson corridor its home. World-famous for Mary Chase Perry Stratton’s secretly stirred iridescent glaze, Pewabic Pottery continues to spread Stratton’s legacy with talented artists and interactive programs for locals and site seers.  Watch ceramists in action during a guided behind-the-scenes tour. Create your own tile square in their hands-on workshop or make a night of it and visit one of their art exhibitions. If you are planning to stay a while, sign up for a pottery class, open to both kids and adults.

Handmade dinnerware, ornaments, and gift tiles are just a few specially-made crafts sold in store and online. Founded on creative vision and innovation, Pewabic Pottery remains a symbol of Detroit workmanship.

10125 E. Jefferson Ave.