Dilkes-Hoffman Studio Ceramics

Star 4.6 (24 Google reviews)

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Dilkes-Hoffman Studio Ceramics

Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM Saturday - Sunday: Closed unless gates are open!
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Creating a tradition of fine handcrafted contemporary ceramics and sculpture. Meet the artisans who design and make the work and get maker direct prices.
Beyond the hustle and bustle of Margaret River's main street lies a gallery with country charm. Just ten minutes drive from town in a beautiful natural location, Dilkes-Hoffman Ceramics produce some of the most unique contemporary ceramics in the region and has been operating since December 1991. Take your time here, its peaceful and quiet, away from the crowd. 

Dilkes-Hoffman is a family business focusing on the production of high-quality pottery, sculpture and moulded ceramics. The gallery is open to the public from 10 am to 5 pm weekdays. All the products are made in the workshop. The ceramics are mainly sold from the gallery, but can also be found in several outlets across Western Australia. 

The Dilkes-Hoffman mission is to create a tradition of fine quality Australian ceramics through original designs and unique, specialized techniques.  They can manufacture small or large (>100) numbers of items and welcome special orders.



Dilkes-Hoffman Studio Ceramics

5690 Caves Rd, Burnside WA 6285, Australia


Star 4.6 (24 Google reviews)
Jody Ellis 12 July 2023

Lovely to meet the artists. Lots of wonderful pieces and I also loved that there were some little cheap animals there for kids to feel included. Impressed at the off grid kiln too!

Past Life Therapy and 6D Healing by Flo 08 September 2022

Amazing! I bought a ring and a hand made protection device for my home. You must stop if you drive pass this beautiful art studio. Support Local Artist 🌷💖✨️

peter matthews 02 November 2020

Fantastic works available here. I have been a customer for 18 years. They are not only very unique and beautiful but highly useful in day to day life. Well worth the visit.

Karin Openheart 23 October 2016

A unique rammed-earth art gallery, established in 1991 in the Jarrah forest with the owner - Tova Hoffman's handmade lustreware ceramics and other local Margaret River art including paintings by Karin Luciano.

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