PLEASE NOTE: Powder Valley Road is open to Stahl's Pottery from Route 29/100.

Welcome to Historic Stahl's Pottery

Celebrating Preservation for over 30 Years!

Join us for our Fall Festival

October 5, 2019 - 9 AM to 4 PM - Rain or Shine

Mark Your Calendar for Summer 2020 June 20, 2020

The Stahl’s Pottery historical site is a significant example of a rural arts and crafts revival pottery. The round, bee-hive, wood-fired kiln (originally built in 1933,) survives to the present day.

Brothers, Thomas and Isaac Stahl revived Stahl’s Pottery in the mid-1930s. They used the potting skills they had learned from their father, Charles Stahl, in the late nineteenth century. Charles Stahl’s pottery site was located along the Indian Creek in the village of Powder Valley, Pennsylvania.


The Stahl brothers produced both utilitarian and decorative redware pottery from the years, 1934 until 1956.

You can discover more about the Stahl’s history:

Stahl’s Pottery History

Visit & Tour Stahl’s Pottery in Powder Valley, PA

Read the Book, “Stahl's Pottery of Powder Valley” by authors,  Anne & Barbara Goda.

Sgraffito Plate by Thomas Stahl

Design by Carrie (Stahl) Schultz

Line Art by local artist, Julie Longacre,

Isaac & Thomas Stahl standing in front of wood-fired kiln

“Redware” pottery was named for the distinctive color produced from local sources of clay.


Artist Carrie (Stahl) Schultz, Thomas’ daughter, decorated many of the sgraffito plates made by Thomas and Isaac. Russell Stahl, apprenticed as a potter under his father, Isaac. After 1950, Russell ran the pottery and fired the kiln for the last time in 1956.

Bean Pot, Creamer, and Flower Pot by Thomas Stahl

Stahl’s Pottery Preservation Society, Inc.

To contact us:


Stahl's Pottery Preservation Society

Mailing Address:  PO Box 154,  Hereford, PA  18056

Street Address:  6826 Corning Road,  Zionsville,  PA  18092


Phone: 610.965.5019