We invite you to celebrate the next chapter of Jered's Pottery at our new studio in Emeryville. We are excited to be a part of this newly designated California Cultural Arts District. We continue our commitment to hand-making beautiful pottery out of California clay. Come see our new space and check out Jered's new work.
5743 A Horton St., Emeryville, CA 94608
Join us for our first ever Jered's Pottery pop-up store in San Francisco. For three days only we'll be in SF's historic Jackson Square. Come see and feel our new pieces and glazes, and meet our potter Jered Nelson.
We will be open March 10-12 from 10am-7pm at 526 Washington St, San Francisco, CA.
Sunday, February 19th, 1pm-4pm
In this fun and playful workshop, you and your significant other will learn the basics of throwing on the potter's wheel. Nothing strengthens a loving bond like trying something new together. Each couple will have their own wheel. Ticket price is per couple and includes all materials as well as the glazing, firing and shipping of two pieces made. This is the perfect Valentine's gift for your sweetie. Get tickets here.
Holiday Open Studio Party 2016
Saturday, December 10th, 10am-6pm
It's that time of year! Join us for our annual all-day Holiday Open Studio Party in Richmond. We'll have cookies made in the kiln, live music, mulled wine, and activities in clay for kiddos. Jered may even do a special raku firing.
Stop by for some holiday cheer and to pick up some gorgeous handthrown gifts. Jered will introduce a few new items from the California Line, and many one-off pieces in new glazes and textures. Nothing says I Love You like a piece of Jered's Pottery. Handmade, always, out of California Clay.
Ever wonder how potters manage to throw consistent sets of plates, bowls or cups on their wheels? Join Jered at our Richmond studio on Sunday, September 18th from 10am to 4pm as he leads an intensive, fun and irreverant class, focusing on sharing some of his throwing techniques. This workshop will have master level tips and time available to answer questions. People with some experience wheel throwing and trimming welcome. There are only five spaces available. Everyone will work on their own wheel. Get your tickets here!