On your next trip to Nova Scotia
and the Cabot Trail, drop in and take home a piece of the
Bell Fraser and Stewart Applegath opened their first Cape
Breton Clay gallery in 1996, and have since expanded with
shops elsewhere on the island. That’s it; you won’t
find this work anywhere else. However, if you can’t
travel here, we can still get you something special wherever
Call or email us to inquire about direct shipment; we carefully
pack and ship anywhere in North America, and to some locations
beyond. (See our Contact Page for shipping and payment details).
We also have elegantly framed photographs of Cape Breton by
Stewart, and Bell’s paintings.
from Whale Cove,
Stewart Applegath 2006
What people are saying...
of the occupational hazards of being a guidebook writer is
the requirement that I look at a lot of pottery, much of it
bad and almost all of it claiming to be "unique."
This work, by Margaree Valley native Bell Fraser, actually
is unique. And quite wonderful. Crab, lobster, fish, and ears
of corn are worked into her platters and bowls in ways that
are both whimsical and elegant. It's worth a stop."
Wayne Curtis, p. 102, 3rd Edition, Nova Scotia,