Hinkle Creek Pottery can be found in Mississippi, Alabama,Tennessee, Louisiana and Texas. Please stop in and visit with any of these stores that carry our pottery.
"Rowan House" on Wick Street in the SOCO district of Downtown Historic Corinth, MS, is our newest store. Emily McGrath is the wonderful owner of this unique treasure. (662)396-2299.
"Vineyards Gifts" on Wiley Parker in Jackson, Tennessee is just south of I-40 off Highland Avenue. For lots of personalized gifts see Joy Meriwether. (731)-664-4300
"The French Market" is inside the Southern Antique Mall downtown Laurel, MS
Visit "The Cook Store" in the heart of Mountain Brook (Birmingham), AL. Wesley Lassen has unique pottery and kitchen items. (205)-879-5277
The Capitol Gift Shop inside the Mississippi State Capitol Building in Jackson carries our Mississippi items.
"Flowers and Gifts of Pontotoc by Redele" 282 Coffee Street, Pontotoc Mississippi has a great selection of our pottery. (662)488-9999.
Welcome to Roots and Ribbons in Brookhaven, MS. They are located at 100 West Court Street. Call Charlene Wallace (601)835-2708.
Boyd's Flowers and Gifts" in Tupelo carries items that work well with their beautiful flowers and remembrances.
Our newest retailer is Jasper & Company coming soon to Tupelo. More details to follow
The studio is open if you would like to visit us here. Our hours are... If we are here we are open. The best thing is to call first to make sure we are about (and dressed!) The studio is simple to find. From Corinth, Mississippi go south on Highway 45 approximately 8.5 miles from the Hwy 72 - Hwy 45 intersection. Turn right on County Road 515 (look for the grain silohs on the corner) Drive 5.4 miles down CR 515 and watch for the sign on the right . To reach us by phone (662)462-8341.
Welcome to Hinkle Creek Pottery
Hinkle Creek Pottery was established in 1999 by Lynn Barnwell and Rebecca McCalla (mother & daughter). We wanted to spend more time together and took a pottery class. After the three day class we jumped in with both feet and little else to purchase two wheels and a kiln and transformed a corner of our garage into a studio. We have come a long way since that first start. Today we have 1400 square feet of studio space with lots and lots of equipment.
Life at the studio is getting a little bit lonely as the grandchildren go off to college. They have been a fixture at the pottery for the last 14 years and I will miss them terribly. I get them a few hours a week but it is not ENOUGH! Lynn