At Miracle Pottery in beautiful Valley Head, Alabama, all pottery is handmade featuring brilliant colors and unique designs. Each pottery item is hand turned from durable stoneware clay body and non-scratch high fire glaze. All pieces are dishwasher, oven and microwave safe, and the handcrafted ceramic dinnerware and bakeware will last a lifetime staying just as beautiful as the day it was born. Each pot is signed with a cross, our name and date.
While recovering from a serious automobile accident in which she sustained a traumatic head injury, Valinda Miracle realized that her promising career in real estate was over. Turning to creative outlets as therapy for stimulus to her short-term memory, she tried her hand at being a potter. The results are obvious, and pottery remains her main love and endeavor. In addition to approximately 3,000 pieces of pottery, the gallery also features oil paintings by Valinda.
Owner Valinda Miracle also offers a variety of classes including beginning wheel and make your own ornament for children and adults at her studio.
Miracle Pottery is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains near Mentone in Valley Head, Alabama. Miracle Pottery is nestled at the base of the hills at 7871 Alabama Hwy 117 between Gadsden, Alabama and Chattanooga, Tennessee just off exit 231 of Interstate 59. After leaving the Interstate, the gallery is located about halfway up the mountain on Alabama Highway 117 between Valley Head and Mentone.
Open every day from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.