Once you enter the grounds you’ll see a vast array of pottery along the side of the building, in front of it and along the fences that border the back of the property and along the main road. Most of the items outside are hi fired glazed pots and containers.
Inside you’ll find a well organized store (lots of multi-tiered shelves that displays primarily Mexican talavera). Along the floor you find neat rows of terra cotta, chimineas, a few pieces of outdoor wrought iron furniture, and some pieces of high fire pots. One wall is dedicated to ornamental metal art.
The store prides itself on customer service and fulfilling the needs of the visitor. I found that true. I had several questions that could only be answered by phone and the store manager was extremely accommodating and knowledgeable. The shopping experience was pleasant and I would go back if I were in the area.
And as a side note, I saw one of the staff members taking some time with a couple explaining in detail the different types of pottery and some of its uses. As I was leaving the parking lot the staff continued to help customers. I saw one of them loading a pickup truck for a man.