Cone 11 Studio opened in 2021 next door to their sister location, Clay on First.
After being in business for 12 years in a small space, we decided it was finally time to expand Clay on First. It just so happened that the unit next door to us had become available, so we jumped on the opportunity and decided this was the push we needed to finally expand the studio.
Our new space comes with an attached garage where we will be expanding our studio and teaching classes out of. In addition to our classes, we will be turning the storefront of the new space into Cone 11 Studio; a modern home goods store with an emphasis on handmade pottery. The name, Cone 11, refers to a firing temperature that pottery gets fired up to. Typically, Cone 10 is the highest temperature that pottery is fired to, so Cone 11 is just “a little bit extra” in regards to it being a little extra space in addition to Clay on First.
Eloise Wood (she/her), owner of Cone 11 Studio, has been making pottery for 14 years. Her work focuses on clean and minimal designs that fit seamlessly into any home, and has a keen eye for detail in the products she sources for Cone 11.