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Hickory Flat Pottery
Clarkesville, Ga
706-947-0030
Web site
Cindy Angliss has been throwing clay for more than 30 years, and her experience shows. Her shop, on Georgia's Scenic 197, features decorative, functional pottery and is fun to visit. This is an example of her work to the right.

Mark of the Potter
Clarksville, Ga
706-947-3440
Web site
Each piece carries the "mark" (signature) of one of the shop’s four potters of that of other featured artists. Take time to explore the old mill on the Soque River.

Appalachian KitchensBlairsville, Ga
706-745-8660
Web site
Inspired by wine (according to the web site, Appalachian Kitchens features gifts grown in the North Georgia Mountains including jams and jellies. Our favorite would have to be the Peaches & Muscadine Wine Jam


Logan Turnpike MillBlairsville, Ga
706-745-5735
Web site
If you go to the Apple Festival, the Yellow Daisy Festival or most any of the other North Georgia Festivals, these are the guys who bring the mill with them and create their flour and corn-based temptations right before your eyes.


Dirt Bag Pottery
Clarkesville, Ga
706-839-1775
Web site
Dirt Bag carries a large selection of pottery made by locals

Moonshine Soap CompanyCleveland, Ga
706-219-2404
Web site
Our favorite product is the Appalachian Trail Organic Shea Butter Soap.

Blue Bell GalleryComer, Ga
706-783-4665
Web site
Blue Bell Gallery features over 30 local Georgia Artists from the North Georgia Region and features pottery, blown glass, wood carving, metal sculpture, stone sculpture, watercolors, acrylics, oils and fused glass.

Funky Chicken Art ProjectDahlonega, Ga
706-864-3938
Web site
Whether you think its a dance or an art project, the Funky Chicken is a homespun, eclectic mix of Georgia products

Naturally GeorgiaDahlonega, Ga
706-864-0832
Web site
Natural(ly) products include a selection of local wines, fresh or aged cow and goat cheese, beeswax luminaries, natural soap, pottery, artwork, candles, jewelry, and custom gift bags.

Blue Ridge Glass WorksDawsonville, Ga
706-216-2881
Web site
Hewells PotteryGillsville, Ga
770-869-3469
Web Site

Glass Mountain Gallery & StudioHelen, Ga
706-878-1978
Web site

Hansel and Gretel Candy KitchenHelen, Ga
706-878-2443
Web Site

Nora Mill GranaryHelen, Ga
706-878-1280
Web site
While most people go to Helen for the party atmosphere, we normally stop at this mill just before you get into downtown. We love their mixes, whether they make pancakes or muffins, and normally find something intriguing inside. Check out the vintage stove on the shop floor.


Deb Collins WatercolorsHiawassee, Ga
706-896-1294
www.debcollins.com

Hightower Mountain studioHiawassee, Ga
Email
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Regional Arts and Crafts GuildHiawassee, Ga
706-896-0932
www.mtnregartscraftsguild.org

Turpin PotteryHomer, Ga
706-677-3400
Web site

Hillside Orchard FarmsLakemont, Ga
706-782-4995
Web site

Wauka Valley FarmMurrayville, Ga
706-864-6407
Web Site

Sylvan Falls Mill Bed & BreakfastRabun Gap, Ga
706-746-7138
Web Site

Greenstone soap companySautee, Ga
706-878-5901
Web site

Georgia Heritage Center for the ArtsTallulah Falls, Ga
706-754-5989
www.georgiaartists.org


Multitudes GalleryBlue Ridge, GA
706-632-1718
Web site
Regional artists in jewelry, ceramics, metal, wood and photography are featured as well as 75 hand blown glass artists. You will be intrigued - we were.


Georgia Winery706-937-2177
Web site

Sleepy Hollow Farm
Web Site

Mercier OrchardsBlue Ridge, GA
706-632-3411
Web Site

Rising Fawn FiberWeb site

Cobblestone shoppeRome, Ga
706-378-8848
www.cobblestoneshoppe.com

Doug Barker, Carrie Baker, Blacktop, Lisa Brown, Nita Perry Burge and Amanda Carder are among the Georgia artists represented at this eclectic shop just off the boulevard in downtown Rome.


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