|9982 Hwy 197 North|
Clarkesville, GA 30523
Open 7 days a week!
facebook 10-5 pm Jan-Mar
10-6 pm Apr-Dec
Who wouldn't want to come to
Mark of the Potter?
Well, in case you haven't been here yet or maybe you have and need a little help, a link to our printable map is below along with some driving directions.
A special note for all those who got a GPS for Christmas or your birthday or well, you've just worked hard and treated yourself good...
...up here in the woods, between the hills of Habersham in the foothills of the northeast Georgia mountains, satellite reception can be spotty. The maps or software or whatever magic is in those devices may also sometimes be a bit off. Some people have ended up on the other side of the hill, another town, up or down the road or another road entirely. Please relax, take a deep breath and give us a call. Tell us where you are, which direction your are facing and we'll talk you in. If you don't have one already it might be a good idea to print out this map just in case.
Cell service tends to be spotty in the hills too.
Now here's our favorite map!
Kinda hard to see that one though. So just click on it and you'll get a better view you can print out and take with you on your journey to
Mark of the Potter or most anywhere else in this area.
A note about fuel... if you are getting low on gasoline or diesel fuel, you might consider fueling up some before coming to Mark of the Potter.
The nearest fuel sources are 8 miles north of us at Brooks Store and 10
miles south of us in Clarkesville. Helen is about 12 miles away.
To get here from Asheville, NC, take I-40 West toward Canton, NC/Knoxville, TN...
Here is a little plug for our neighbors at Glen-Ella Springs... Asheville to Atlanta is a Beautiful Drive
We are the oldest craft shop in the same location in Georgia. For 47 years now we have endeavered to provide the best functional stoneware by our own potters and from some specially selected potters around the southeast and U.S.A.
Special thanks to all the friends, neighbors and visitors locally and from around the world. Mark of the Potter would not be the same without you!
All of our pottery is food safe using only lead-free glazes and clays. Microwave safe and most are oven safe too. They can be washed in the dishwasher or as some customers prefer, hand washed.