I did a plate there but when I picked it up, the girl show it to me quickly and wrapped it up. When I got home and unwrapped it , there was a airbubble on the plate on top from the glaze. now it can't be use as a serving plate like I wanted to. I have been to a place in Palo Alto that you can do the same things. They have more pieces to do and out of the 6 or 7 that was done there all look great. Even glazing and smooth.
Tap into your arts-and-crafts side at this ceramics lounge and create your own masterpieces.. In Short It looks like a cafe on trendy Santa Cruz Avenue, but it's actually a full-service, paint-it-yourself pottery studio with more than 400 ceramic pieces you can personalize--ranging from light switch covers to full dinner sets and pricey garden sculptures. You pay a flat studio fee, which is good for the whole day, plus the price of the piece you are painting. The staff fires your creation overnight so it's ready to be picked up the next day.