Louisiana Pottery
Sorrento, Louisiana
You'll find more than just pottery here.                 
Made in America
Made in Louisiana
There are also great collections of: 
Etchings * Original Art * Hand-blown Glass * Pine needle baskets
Books of Louisiana Interest * Cookbooks 
...and much more.  

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Louisiana Pottery also has a museum collection available for exhibit.  
Contact Judy Starrett at Louisiana Pottery if you are a curator and would like to schedule an exhibit for your museum.  (225) 675-5572 or e-mail:  lapottery@cox.net

About the building ...

Louisiana Pottery is housed in a restored Acadian style home, c.1830. The home was originally located in St. James, LA and was occupied by the Schexnayder family.  There is a wonderful large front porch that many customers enjoy during their visit.  Some just swing on the porch while enjoy the quiet of this laid back setting of yesteryear, and some prefer just to rock in the rocker while contemplating the day.  If you are a member of the Schexnayder family who lived in  this home, please feel free to visit during regular business  hours, and of course -do enjoy the swing and the rocker. 

Open: Tuesday - Sunday  10AM - 5PM

** Closed Monday **


"Playing in the Mud" Hand-building pottery classes 

Available for adults or children, Private parties

See Classes / Parties page  *  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Also available:  Birthday Parties   and private parties.

Reserve the classroom for your special party. Choose from a variety of pottery pieces to paint.  Bring your own cake, balloons, family and friends.  For more details, call (225) 675-5572

For a Unique Shopping Experience, Visit the Cajun Village.     
We invite you to bring your families and friends 
to our quaint little village.

Other Specialty Shops located in the Cajun Village are: 

The Coffee House, Boniblu Candles, Louisiana Wines, Cajun Village Antiques, The Cajun Shop, Village Gifts
C&C Treasures, and BeeVees Goodies.

Please visit. You will enjoy them all.

For a stroll back into history, visit the "Tractor Barn."  On display are antique tractors, farm implements and tools, and a blacksmith forge rebuilt with it's original fire bricks.

And, just 3 miles down the road lies "The Cabin Restaurant"

The building itself began as one of the ten original slave dwellings of the Monroe Plantation.  It is approximately 150 years old.  According to Al Robert (the owner),  "Our goal is to preserve some of the local farming history, serve meals typical of the River Road tradition, and make your visit a relaxed and memorable one."   www.thecabinrestaurant.com

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