Maxwell Pottery

Original designer & maker of the Canoe On Lake Dip Set. Providing quality pottery products and service since 1991!

“We produce functional pots. We want people to enjoy them for their utilitarian qualities as well as their decorative appeal.”

All pieces are microwave , oven and dishwasher safe

Canoe Dip Pot

A must have for dips, salsa, condiments, pates and even for chocolate. Dimensions: approximately 10.25" long x 3.25" wide Comes with two paddles, spreaders and description cards.

Boat Dip Bowl

Great for dips, salsa, condiments and pates. Dimensions: approximately 5" long x 4" wide

Canoe on a Lake or Boat on a Pond Dip Set

This two piece set comes with a plate Dimensions approximately 14" long x 10" wide  and either a boat or canoe dip pot  with two paddles (spreaders) and description cards.

Kayak Appetiser Server

This piece is great as an appetizer server! Cut up varieties of your favourite cheeses, add olives and crackers to name a few and you have a beautiful presentation of goodies for your guests. Or use it on special occasions for a spread of tasty desserts. It can also be used to hold 3 or 4 tea lights.

Dorey Bowl

Comes with: Paddle Salad Servers 
This Maritime dory is great for salads, snack foods and makes a wonderful deep fruit bowl. The dory will also compliment any seafood casserole. Dimensions: approximately 16.5" long by 8.75" wide and 3" high. Comes with cooking instructions and handcrafted wooden paddles which are used as the salad servers.

Charcuterie/Baker Bowl

This piece can be used as either a baker or as a bowl. It is great for lasagnas, cakes, casseroles etc. It can also be used as a fruit bowl, serving dish or for larger layered dips. Dimensions: approximately 15" long by 7.5" wide and 2" high. Comes with cooking instructions.

Daniel studied at Sheridan College School of Craft and Design and worked there for 5 years, honing his skills and perfecting his craft. He attributes his pride in his craftsmanship and tasteful use of colour to his time spent there.

Each piece starts as a ball of clay. They say to their customers that the piece was mud two weeks ago. Using a strong stoneware all work is handmade. The studio uses a variety of methods of making. Pieces are either wheel thrown, hand built, pressed or slip cast.

All of their glazes are made in-studio. And for this reason they know that their red’s do not contain lead. With his own glaze recipes Daniel hand paints each pot in one of his many unique designs.

“We produce functional pots. We want people to enjoy them for their utilitarian qualities as well as their decorative appeal.”

Each Maxwell Pottery piece is made with skill and care, and is designed to be beautiful and functional. When you bring home Maxwell Pottery, you bring home quality, handmade, Canadian workmanship that will stay with you for years.

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