Clayfire Gallery Daylesford, Daylesford

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Mark and Robyn Reid opened their first gallery in 1985 in Buninyong called Torvil Pottery where Mark was a fulltime potter. In 1991 their business was moved to a 10 acre property where Clayfire Gallery was created. The new gallery was built from Mt Gambier lime stone and incorporated a working studio, gallery and residence after a successful 14 years the gallery was relocated to Daylesford.

Clayfire Gallery Daylesford was opened on the 14th April 2004 at its current premises at 63 Vincent St Daylesford.

Daylesford has allowed Clayfire Gallery to grow to the level it has achieved by offering quality and affordablity in a very select market also exporting artwork throughout Australia and overseas on a regular basis.

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  • This gallery has always been interesting from the outside, and I finally made it inside and was not disappointed! The art works on display are interesting and reasonably priced, and the atmosphere is....  more »
  • Walked by this shop during our stay and saw the one their great statues in the window and wandered in. The gallery is actually bigger than you think as there is a back section with more works. Very...  more »
  • Exceptional pieces, accompanied by charming and inviting staff
  • Wonderful stock. Delightful man and great service

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