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Fascinating But Most Is Closed Until After Easter

Fortunately, this was our second visit or we would have been disappointed. The expo was open, the... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2016
Diana R
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San Jose, California
Colony of potters and their studios

As one who has had kilns and manufactured ceramic products, i thoroughly enjoyed La Borne. Most of... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2013
bonne306
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Atlanta, Georgia
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20 Mar 2016
“Fascinating But Most Is Closed Until After Easter”
9 Jan 2015
“Fascinating and disappointing”
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Reviewed 21 March 2016

Fortunately, this was our second visit or we would have been disappointed. The expo was open, the museum closed until after Easter. Few potters opened their shops in the morning, many not opening at all during winter months. Poterie Bottani Deehaud, just off the main...More

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Reviewed 9 January 2015

One of the most unfriendly pottery places I have ever been. Beautiful pottery made by potters who seem to disdain Americans and are not interested in selling pots. The exception was Hugh West, but he is British. Make sure you find out what time the...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2013

As one who has had kilns and manufactured ceramic products, i thoroughly enjoyed La Borne. Most of the studios are off the main road through town, so park and walk around to all of them.Unfortunately, we went on Aug. 15, which is the local "attic...More

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Reviewed 5 September 2013

I expected some more information about the creation of pottery. Instead of this we wandered from exposition to exposition wondering really where the artists where and what they were doing at that moment. This is a singular town where every neighbor is creating own pottery...More

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