Entrance to Chosin Pottery. Entrance to shop at Chosin Pottery.

’Chosin Pottery is owned and operated by award-winning, internationally known ceramic artists Robin Hopper and Judi Dyelle. It is the exclusive destination for purchasing or ordering their work. Located on the Southern end of Vancouver Island, just 30 minutes from downtown Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Nestled on six acres in Metchosin, it houses two studios, a gallery and a showroom. The studios are set in the beautiful, much publicized, two and a half acre, Japanese-inspired garden. The Gallery and showroom are part of a renovated heritage house dating from the turn of the century. The grounds contain one of the finest stands of first-growth Douglas fir in the Victoria area. The huge fir trees are underplanted with many large rhododendrons, shrubs, perennials and bulbs, both indigenous and exotic. The Gallery, which overlooks the water garden, features a continually changing variety of work. They also feature exquisite sterling silver jewellery made by Judi’s daughter, Morgan Saddington.

Robin and Judi share over one hundred years combined experience in the field of pottery. They produce a wide range of work, mainly in high-temperature, reduction-fired porcelain. It ranges from one-of-a-kind pieces for decoration or contemplation to Robin's exciting new Glaze Paintings . The majority of the work is wheel thrown, but there is also a selection of unique handbuilt forms.

Judi and Robin have been highlighted on the website
Artsquest. Check out their video interview.



They are the founding members of Fired Up, Contemporary Works in Clay, an annual show and sale at the end of May, featuring fourteen of BC's top professional ceramic artists. It is held in the Metchosin Community Hall.

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Weekends 10am - 5pm. Weekdays please call ahead. 250-474-2676