Brad Walker's Pottery

Brad Walker's Pottery

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Brad Walker Pottery sells and produces hand-crafted pottery in house. They recycle plastic, do not use or buy plastic water bottles, use energy efficient lighting, use old newspapers as packaging instead of store bought plastic bubble wrap, clean with green products, and are soon switching to high efficiency toilets.

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Brad Walker’s Pottery on the Dahlonega square is a place that offers handmade pottery crafts for anybody who wants a piece of art in their home. There are plates, bowls, and sculptures that add some color and art to anyone’s home. Brad Walker uses old newspaper when working with the clay. He also reuses all the clay he works with. Brad Walker’s Pottery is a great place to visit one of the local shops on the square.

Ways they have been eco-friendly include:
• Recycle clay and newspapers
• Energy efficient bulbs

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Brads work is simply amazing! He truly has the most beautiful pieces I have ever purchased. If you ever get the chance, please visit Brad and purchase a few pieces. You will love his work!

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Brad Walker’s Pottery on the Dahlonega square is a place that offers handmade pottery crafts for anybody who wants a piece of art in their home. There are plates, bowls, and sculptures that add some color and art to anyone’s home. Brad Walker uses old newspaper when working with the clay. He also reuses all the clay he works with. Brad Walker’s Pottery is a great place to visit one of the local shops on the square.

Ways they have been eco-friendly include:
• Recycle clay and newspapers
• Energy efficient bulbs

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Brads work is simply amazing! He truly has the most beautiful pieces I have ever purchased. If you ever get the chance, please visit Brad and purchase a few pieces. You will love his work!

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