Ship or Pickup
- Orders overs $50 will qualify for FREE shipping. Orders under $50 will have a shipping charge attached at checkout. All orders are eligible for free local pickup! All you have to do is select "local pickup" at checkout. Pickup instructions will be emailed or texted to you.
Ship or PickupOrders overs $50 will qualify for FREE shipping. Orders under $50 will have a shipping charge attached at checkout. All orders are eligible for free local pickup! All you have to do is select "local pickup" at checkout. Pickup instructions will be emailed or texted to you.
"This mug is a beautiful white purple and when I saw it, it made me think of my daughter that we lost this summer. She looked beautiful in purple so I will think of her every time I use it for my morning coffee!"
"I can't say enough about Chloe's shop. I got this coffee mug and bird house. Everything is beautifully crafted, the shipping is fantastic, and the items are well packaged! She also includes a sweet thank you note. I love both of my items so much. I can't wait to get my next piece!"
"Best coffee mug. Bought it for my mom and ended up keeping it. I also got the most beautiful bowl ever!"
All Third Bowl pottery
is wheelthrown or handbuilt, one of a kind, and made uniquely at my home studio in Perry, Georgia. Everything is lead-free, non-toxic, dishwasher safe, microwave safe, and oven safe.
Meet The Maker
Hello new faces!!
When I started this business in October 2020 I was really hesitant because I didn’t know what to expect, but I have been overwhelmed with the gift of getting to create everyday!
For those of you who don’t know me personally, I love all things deep. Deep convos, deep relationships, and the intricate thoughts that are weaving around in your brain all day. Pottery is an outlet for me, but I also aim to create pieces that enhance the things I love.
I hope that over a simple coffee mug you’re able to build relationships at your table, with an oil pourer you can give a gift to someone who’s hurting, with a platter you can serve the community around you! My hope is that this job is much bigger than pottery, it can be a mission field!