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Open 7 days a week
Sunday - Friday 11-5 & Saturday 10-6
Orders at 800-472-4591 during business hours (pst)
- Our store and production studio is at 608 1/2 Sutter Street in Folsom's Historic District.
- We are adjacent to the Power House Pub, Sutter Street Steakhouse and newly opened Marley & Moo American Gastropub. Grand opening Citizen Vine in our old building on Sutter Street.
- Immediately facing our store entrance is an 80 car free parking lot between Riley and Scott Street.
Some of our most Popular Pieces and Glazes
Our high fire reduction ware glazes.
Left top Melring coffee pot, top center Mardi Gras regular chip & dip and bottom
center Melring/rutile green teapot.
Blue dragonfly mugs (4" high) $22 each
Blue Lotus Bowls #12 $26 (10" diameter)
Millring red and rutile green #12 lotus bowls $26 (10")
Three poppy nesting batter bowls $102 (6" 8" and 10")
Dragonfly, Radliffe Blue and Millring red and green sponge holders $16
Check Out Our New Page Called "Painted Patterns" Showing All Our Patterns and Variations
and Nearly 50 of Our Most Popular Items
608 1/2 Sutter St. Folsom, CA 95630
We are a Collaborative Pottery producing functional ware, architectural specialties and tile murals. Founded in 1977 by G.F. and Penny Cloud and located in Folsom, California. Folsom is an old gold rush town located just East of Sacramento on the American River. Our store and studio are adjacent to the shore of Lake Natoma next to the State Powerhouse visitors center and down the street from the Folsom history museum.
We throw about 80% of our porcelain on the potters wheel. We cast about 30% in molds we have designed and made ourselves. We do site specific custom tile in both flat painted and gas-relief hand built designs. We work together on most projects and each person brings their strengths to a project- thus we work in a wide variety of styles depending on who the lead artist is. We work in two distinct firing mediums. Oxidation high fire- which yields the painted pottery (there are about 40 patterns developed over the last 30 years by Penny Cloud and for the past decade, Linda Allison.) In oxidation also are many of Linda Allison's one of a kind seasonal patterns. The other firing style is known as high fire reduction. Mary Cargile is the lead artist on these. These pieces are done in a kiln that is smoked all the way through the firing. The glazes come out in a wide variety of ways- and what we give up in predictability is made up in spades by excitement. We are a family owned and run business. Because it is our kids and grandkids and friends who work here and we want to keep our clients happy and healthy, we use no Lead, Cadmium or Barium in our work and use no toxins in our studio.