Announcement Welcome to Candace McCollough Pottery! If you are in the Atlanta area, stop by Cabbagetown Clay and Glass Works on the corner of 588 Woodward and Boulevard, next to Stone Soup and across from the Garden*Hood! Hours vary, when members are in working, so it is best to send a message to insure the gallery is open. Thanks for stopping by!
Welcome to Candace McCollough Pottery! If you are in the Atlanta area, stop by Cabbagetown Clay and Glass Works on the corner of 588 Woodward and Boulevard, next to Stone Soup and across from the Garden*Hood! Hours vary, when members are in working, so it is best to send a message to insure the gallery is open. Thanks for stopping by!
mjfalero on Aug 16, 2016
As beautiful in person as it was in the photo. Candace wrapped it very well, to the point that it would have been nearly impossible to break during transit. Delivery was very fast. This urn is unique, functions as a piece of art, and is a special resting place for my pet. Thanks so much Candace!
mbethboyer on Jun 21, 2016
When we lost our beloved cat, I wanted an urn that was also a piece of art. This urn is absolutely magnificent.
trish folts on Jun 7, 2016
Beautiful. Exactly what my friend needed to remember her pet in a tangible way.
Candace McCollough, Connection through Vessels
As a member of the Cabbagetown Clay and Glassworks, one has the freedom and the support to pursue any form of clay work one chooses.
I choose to mainly create and design vessels. It is satisfying and rewarding to help people find a special and unique resting or holding place for their loved ones. I was influenced to pursue this when I myself was in search of an unique and artfully-produced vessel.
Our co-op is small. We each work according to our own schedule and are able to display our items for sale in a small gallery located in front of the space.
The raku firing takes place in my back yard. I use a low-budget kiln with a portable burner. Colleagues are always eager to help with the process which can be exhilarating and awe-inspiring. No two pieces are ever identical.
Maker, Designer, Glazer, Firer, Photographer And Shipper
Georgian by birth. Clay worker on and off since 1987 in Santa Fe and Atlanta and more seriously since 2011 in Atlanta. Member of the Cabbagetown Clay and Glassworks Cooperative since 2006 where members support and inspire.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
- Money Order
Personal checks and money orders are also accepted. Orders will not be shipped until the check has be received and cleared, which can take up to two weeks.
Orders are shipped using insured Priority USPS and arrive between 2-3 business days. If you have a preferred shipping method, please let me know at checkout.
I will send an email with the tracking information.
All international orders are shipped via USPS Priority International.
Refunds and Exchanges
Buyer pays the shipping costs and insurance on the return item and is responsible for its secure delivery back to me. The purchase price minus a 10% restocking fee will not be refunded until the item has been (safely) received by me.
Breakage: On the off-chance that there is breakage during shipping, I will refund your purchase or exchange it. Broken pottery must be photographed and/or returned.