Pewabic Hosts Annual “Earthy Treasures” Exhibit

Deck the halls, the hearth, and the home with Detroit’s Pewabic Pottery this holiday season. The annual Earthy Treasures holiday show, which is open now through Dec. 30, will showcase the Snowflake Collectible Ornaments series and work from over 100 ceramic artists.

Pewabic also offers other great holiday items such as their hand painted star tiles, pinecone vases, 12 Days of Christmas ornaments and much more.

“This is a perfect exhibit to find one-of-a-kind gifts for loved ones.” said Terese Ireland, executive director of Pewabic Pottery. “We especially have some great gifts for Detroit supporters, near and far.”

 Pewabic will also host a Holiday Shopping Evening on Dec. 14. Guests will enjoy an evening of shopping, refreshments, gift giveaways, new additions to Pewabic’s giftware collection and works by more than 80 ceramic artists. Additional specials for Pewabic Society members will be available.

Metro Detroiters can also pick up Pewabic gifts at the Christmas Wonderfest in Campus Martius Park from Nov. 18-27 and at downtown Rochester’s Kris Kringle Market on Dec. 2-3. A limited selection of Pewabic gifts will be available at both events.

 Pewabic Pottery is a non-profit arts and cultural organization and National Historic Landmark which is dedicated to engaging people of all ages in learning experiences with contemporary ceramic art and artists while preserving its historic legacy.

Pewabic is a historic working pottery which is open to the public year round and offers classes, workshops and tours to children and adults. Pewabic creates giftware, pottery and architectural tile, showcases more than 80 ceramic artists in its galleries, and operates a museum store that features pottery and gift tile made on-site.

Visitors are welcome, free of charge, Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. To learn more about Pewabic Pottery call (313) 626-2000 or visit

Pewabic Pottery is located at 10125 E. Jefferson Ave. in Detroit across the street from Waterworks Park.


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