In 1973, Jim & Barbara Larkin built Fox Pass Pottery in a rustic and tranquil woodland ...
In 1973, Jim & Barbara Larkin built Fox Pass Pottery in a rustic and tranquil woodland setting nestled against Hot Springs National Park. The pottery produces one of a kind pieces and a wide range of functional ware, including vases, lidded containers, dinnerware, serving pieces, mugs, pitchers and teapots.
All the ware is dishwasher safe, durable and chip resistant. The glazes and the clay are mixed at the pottery and fired to almost 2,400 degrees in either gas kilns or wood fired / salt kilns.
Jim, Barbara, and their son, Fletcher, invite you to visit Fox Pass, where you can observe the activity in the studio, ask questions, and browse in the showroom.
Fox Pass Pottery is located on Fox Pass Cut-Off, just 3 miles north of downtown Hot Springs, off of Hwy 7 North. Please see our website for a detailed map.