Gallery Three-Two-One

Gallery Three-Two-One

Posted by  //  November 22, 2021  //  Local Business

41 State Street Oxford, NY

Gallery Three-Two-One and Strong Stone Pottery in Oxford, NY provides a marketplace for handmade American Art and Craftwork. The store is housed in a beautiful 100 year old, finely restored and landscaped barn. It features the work of over 250 artists and craftspeople offering a variety of mediums. Some of the many featured products include pottery, glass, jewelry, wood, prints and original art. We also have furniture available; meticulously refinished by Seek & Restore. Seek & Restore is owned by Sarah & Ron Smith, and their workshop is also located at Gallery Three-Two-One. Ron Smith has also begun to make wooden bowls from local trees. 

Strong Stone Pottery is also on site. Our pottery is handmade right in our studio at Gallery Three-Two-One.  Each piece of pottery is individually made and decorated and is wheel thrown or slab built by hand with vibrant pastel colors in several designs. Our pottery is microwave, dishwasher and oven safe, and is made for everyday use.

Bill and Diane Troxel,l the original owners of Gallery Three-Two-One, have been production potters for over thirty five years. They continue to create pottery, and mentor their daughter Sarah who began creating her own pottery in 2014. The pottery line includes table lamps, bowls, vases, mugs, dinnerware and platters. They also custom make wine chillers and wedding bowls that are decorated in grasses, iris, vegetables, island pines and other designs. Sarah and Ron Smith, the current owners of Gallery Three-Two-One continue the tradition of creating functional and beautiful pieces, and having handmade artwork made in the United States available for their customers. We are proud that our family-owned business has been open for over 25 years! Our hours are: Tuesday-Sunday 11-5. Holiday hours, after Thanksgiving, open every day. Winter Hours: December 25- Mother’s Day open Tuesday-Saturday 11-5. Follow us on Facebook: Gallery Three-Two-One.

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