Virtual Shopping at Shiloh Pottery!

virtual shopping

Photo by Marty Hankins

We are pleased to offer Virtual Shopping at Shiloh Pottery!

The virtual shop will be open on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Here's how it works:

Send us an email or FB message requesting a shopping time slot on one of those days

In the message, let us know how we can connect with you:



    Facebook Messenger Video Call

Use this as a model for your message:

I (Your Full Name) would like to virtual shop at Shiloh Pottery on (Date/Time).
The best way to call me is through (Method); my (Call Method) Handle/email/phone # is _________.
I am particularly interested in ______________________
Please include your email address for confirmation.

We will confirm the appointment with you by email.

Please allow a minimum of 40 minutes for your shopping experience.

Once you "arrive" for your virtual shopping visit, we will "walk" you through the shop,
using real-time video on the platform you have selected.

Purchases can be made using your credit card or PayPal

At this time we are doing pickup only.

Thank you for supporting local businesses!
We are doing our best to remain connected to our customers!

Hand-made Stoneware Pottery

Guest Artists

Nicole Diem: Raku Clay
I am an art teacher at Century High School in Carroll County MD,
and have been teaching students the aesthetics, craft and history of art for the past 22 years.
My passion is creating in clay.
I am a sculptor and ceramicist who creates unique ware for decoration, as well as, functional use.
In 2003 I began a journey in clay that would alter my way of creating pottery.
I worked with master potter Ken Hankins at Shiloh Pottery where I explored various throwing, glazing and firing processes.
Even after 15 years of exploration in pottery I realize that this art is one that requires finesse with finicky finishes.
Although, I love creating functional ware, my desire is to master the art of Raku.
Raku firing is like Christmas morning, each time I unveil a piece of pottery
it is like revealing a magical gem that possesses a rainbow of iridescence and colors so lustrous that they truly become an art of their own.
Each piece is uniquely different whether, infused in color or strikingly black and white.
Not only is the pottery magical to view but, the process is unique and just as mesmerizing.
Contrasting black fine lines of horse hair or peacock feathers burned onto on stark white
or stained ware sets my artwork apart from many others."

You can find more of Nicole's work on Facebook:
Nicole Diem Carpe Clay


tall Raku horsehair horsehair2 Raku

Raku Pottery By Nicole Diem

Kim Marlor: Seaglass
"It all started while I volunteered to help with some killer whale research. 
Lunchtime was spent on the beach so I could keep a watch out for passing whales.  Rubbing my hands on the pebble beach
exposed the wet pieces of seaglass just below the surface.  This 'looking' quickly became a passion that I've enjoyed for over 20 years. 
And when you gather enough pieces of seaglass, you can't help wanting to do "something" with jewelry,
ornaments, wind chimes, and other creations is what I do.  Pieces of glass remind me of the places I've seen and friends I've met.
Most importantly it allows me to be creative with what was once a piece of trash and is now a beautiful smooth piece of beauty."

"And now I am working with "wampum", the purple substance found in New England's quahog (clam) shells.
The Native American along the shores of New England created beads for jewelry and brought them as gifts to neighboring tribes. 
This beautiful shell, at one time known only to the people living along the New Jersey to southern Maine shores,
is now admired and displayed throughout the world.


Kim Jewelry

Kim necklaces


heart necklace

  Kim_bracelets round necklace

Jewelry by Kim Marlor

Michele Shepherd and Micul Ann Morse will not be joining us in May.
Watch for them at our Christmas Open House, the first weekend in December 2019

Michele Shepherd: Silver/fabrication
My exploration of the natural constructed world around me has led to fabricating miniature versions,
worn next to the body reflecting the natural rhythms of life.


Earrings by Michele Shepherd




Earrings by Michele Shepherd




Earrings by Michele Shepherd

MiculAnn Morse: Holiday Jewelry and Knitted Items
There are so many beautiful Christmas ornaments, I thought there might be other ways to display them.
So I enjoy making necklaces using some of the ornaments I've found. Why should the tree have all the fun?
I also love to knit and always have several projects going,
so I like to make cowls to keep out the winter chill. I have lots of cowls to sell!

holiday jewelry

Holiday bauble necklace by MiculAnn Morse


Cookie Recipes from December

Domino Sugar 1001 Cookie Starter

Previous Cookbooks

Spring 2017 Cookbook

Mothers' Day 2016 Cookbook

Mothers' Day 2015 Cookbook

December 2015 Cookbook!

Mothers Day 2014 Cookbook


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Click here to enjoy recent examples of our "collectable" postcards!


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