Right Off The Batt Pottery
With its World Headquarters located only 400 meters from the world-famous Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton PEI, Right Off The Batt Pottery (ROTB) creates Remarkably Crafted functional stoneware pottery in their 7,600 square foot facility.
Right Off The Batt was officially opened in January 2008 out of a small studio in Kinkora as a result of both Cindy and Darryl retiring from successful careers in Canada's Armed Forces and has quickly grown into Atlantic Canada's largest producer of functional stoneware pottery. Along the way they have gained a dedicated team of 6 highly-capable Artisans and assistants that produce each and every piece of the 9 distinct lines they offer through over 80 high-quality retailers throughout Canada and into The United States, and at their on-site Gallery. Their work is beautifully designed to enhance any décor all while being durable enough for daily use. All ROTB's work is oven, dishwasher and microwave safe and will last for generations. Further info at www.rightoffthebatt.com
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm/ Sunday - Closed
At The Showcase you will find a wide variety of:
-finely crafted Island pottery,
-jewellery by some of the award winning P.E.I. artists, and
-Canadian made products
Drop in for Charlottetown Festival memorabilia, including Anne™ dolls, books, and more - you can take home a piece of the magic!
We carry original paintings by Sandi Komst, jewellery from Bejewel by Trudy Gallagher and Constantine Designs, and fused glass by Marcela Rosemberg and Inferno.
WE SUPPORT LOCAL:
Locally made Prince Edward Island items are our first priority, followed by Atlantic Canadian made items and distinctive products from across the country. We are pleased to offer complimentary gift wrapping.
The Showcase opened in 1965, the year after the Centre opened, and has enjoyed three locations and a variety of expansions over the years. We are part of Confederation Centre of the Arts, a not-for-profit, charitable organization, with volunteers assisting the gift shop staff. All profits from The Showcase go back to the Centre to support arts programming.