Steve and Shirley de Perrot invite you to their gallery to see handmade functional stoneware pottery and tile art in person. There are a variety of styles and glazes to choose from. Come and see what’s new…tile tables, trivets, mirrors, baking dishes, platters, birdbaths and more. Discover unique gifts for weddings, birthdays and special occasions!
Steve’s work, “PA Woodlands” donor tile wall can be seen at the Lititz Public Library and is featured in the book titled “Ceramic Art Tile for the Home.”
Pots by de Perrot
201 South Locust Street
Lititz PA 17543
Visit our Website
Shop our Etsy Store
Find us on Facebook
Days & Hours of Operation
Gallery Hours: We are open Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
About the Potter…
Born in Lititz, PA in 1961, I have studied art since childhood and developed my passion for working in clay in 1982, while a student under Jack Troy at Juniata College. After college I worked as a banker for 8 months (but I lost interest)! I continued to explore the nature of clay through workshops and an intensive one-year assistantship with Bernville, PA potter John Troup. Pots by de Perrot was established in 1985, a family-run studio and gallery space located behind our home in historic Lititz. Tile became a part of my body of work when I created a “PA Woodlands” donor tile wall for the Lititz Public Library in 1999. This commission opened doors to a new creative mix of leaf motif tiles for tables in wood and wrought iron and accent tiles for kitchens, baths, floors, etc. Recent years have included an expanded line of functional leaf motif pottery as well as many custom tile commissions including the SEASONS of LIFE bas relief carved fireplace at Moravian Manor Retirement Community and a donor tile wall at Asbury Woods Nature Center in Erie, PA.
We love living in our community and we enjoy doing what we can to show our appreciation by contributing our talents to enhance the beauty of projects that can be appreciated by all. Clockwise from upper left…Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster Campus, Lititz Public Library, Moravian Manor of Lititz, and Lancaster Regional Medical Center & Community Hospital of Lancaster.
Map & Directions
We are easy to find, half between the Library and Main Street at 201 South Locust Street in Lititz.