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Since 1969
9982 Hwy 197 North
Clarkesville, GA  30523
(706) 947-3440
Open 7 days a week!
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10-6 pm Apr-Dec
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Although we think Mark of the Potter is pretty awesome, there are some other great places to see and visit in our area too!


Here are some links to other places and attractions in the area you may like.


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Scenic197
This is a group of businesses, essentially our neighbors, that reside up and down Scenic Hwy 197.  This link takes you to the Scenic Hwy 197 website with descriptions and links to their businesses.


Blackhawk Fly FishingBlackhawk Trophy Trout Stream provides private fly fishing along approximately two miles of the spring creek fed waters of the Soque River in Batesville, Georgia-just 90 miles north of Atlanta Georgia.


Glen-Ella Springs Inn
Glen-Ella is a North Georgia bed and breakfast near Clarkesville, Ga.  They have 16 guest rooms and an on-site restaurant for their guests and the public.


Georgia Wineries

"This may be the Peach State, but grapes are our passion, and the clusters in our vineyards produce award-winning wines, which are gaining national recognition and fueling the emergence of North Georgia as a prominent wine region."

More
to come.

Thanks for stopping by and extra 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!

We are still the oldest craft shop in the same location in Georgia.  For 47 years now and counting 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.

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. 




HomeGallery
Shop
Potters
Inside/
Outside
Wildlife
Critters
(not potters)

FAQ
About Us
History
Contact/
Feedback
Links
& Other
Attractions
Directions
Map