A photo of Canadian potter Susan Robertson holding a mug with birch trees. The mug is fresh from the kiln and she is leaning on the edge of the kiln. She is smiling and facing the camera.

Susan Robertson Pottery

Pottery that makes you smile.



Why Clay?

I totally fell in love with playing in the mud. Turning that squishy dirt into beautiful, everyday objects brings me so much joy. I’m amazed by the magical connection formed when my hands touch clay, leaving my own mark. It's like having these personal chats through my art with the world.

A photo of Canadian ceramic artist Susan Robertson standing next to an open kiln. She is holding some pottery in her hands and smiling.
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“It still amazes me that you can take a lump of dirt and turn it into something beautiful.”

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I took my first pottery class in 1983.

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We made 3,504 mugs in 2023.


My work is carried in stores all across Canada.

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I am 4' 10 1/2" tall.

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I’ve been married for over 40 years and have 3 kids and 9 grandkids.

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I like to make quilts in my spare time.

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My favourite author

is Anne McCaffery.

Why choose Susan Robertson Pottery?

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Mugs you can wrap your hands around

Glazed handmade pottery in a kiln. The pottery features various designs inspired by nature.

Colourful designs inspired by nature

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Handmade in Saskatchewan

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Every piece is unique, like a thumbprint

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Food, microwave, and dishwasher safe

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What makes you smile?

Ready to own your own piece of pottery that makes you smile? You can browse a wide range of gifts at our retail store Robertson Gallery & Gift, either online or in person in Broderick, Saskatchewan or shop wholesale for your own retail storefront.



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“When you touch clay, you leave your mark. So every piece has my fingerprint.”

Saskatchewan artist Susan Robertson smiling at the camera

Get in touch.



1 Kylee Place

Broderick, Saskatchewan

S0H 0H0

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