Etsy shop is back up + Free Shipping!


Happy New Year! 

We hope it's off to a great start. We have been busy in the studios making lots of pottery for next season. From mugs to berry bowls, trays to mouse bowls.. the shelves and kilns are full to the brim. We can't wait for you to see everything in the shop once we re-open on May 12th, 2018! 

Our online Etsy shop is now fully stocked with lots of mugs, berry bowls, dory boats and wine goblets and to celebrate we're offering FREE SHIPPING within Canada and the US until Wednesday, January 17th at Midnight! 


1. Click here to visit our Etsy shop

2. Add items to your cart

3. At check-out enter the coupon code FREESHIPPING and hit enter to receive the discount

 Happy Shopping! 


Another season comes to an end...


... and that's a wrap! The shop in New London is now closed for the 2017 season. Thank you so much to everyone who came out and supported us, it was our best year yet! We also want to thank all the amazing artisans who supplied us with their beautiful work in our shop including (and not limited to):

Gallery Artists

We will be at the PEI Crafts Council Christmas Fair November 17-19th at the Delta and the Etsy Holiday Market November 25-26 at Murphy's Centre. Stay tuned for The Potter's Daughter studio sale as well in December. You can also check out our Etsy shop here. 

Thanks again! 

The Potter's Daughter carries on the family business

It's been an exciting season so far at Village Pottery. After apprenticing with her mother Daphne for the last 6 years, "The Potter's Daughter Suzanne Scott has officially taken over the family business! This means there will be many more years of pottery being made in New London in this historic heritage building. Daphne will still be making some pottery but not as much so we'd love to see any pieces made by "D Large" if you see her signature on the bottom of your pots, send a photo to or post on our Facebook page / tag us on Instagram or Twitter. 

The shop is open Monday to Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 11am-6pm on Route 6 in New London, Prince Edward Island. Hope you can visit us and see all the locally made pottery along with the art galley on the 2nd level! 

Read more about this exciting news and learn the history of the shop by clicking here.