(WXYZ) - Looking for a unique holiday gift? You may want to head to the Annual Potters Market to find that perfect present.
The pottery sale begins with a preview Thursday evening, Nov. 29, and continues through the weekend until Dec. 2.
More than 9,000 customers are expected to shop over the three-day-weekend and pay anywhere from $5 to $400 for market pieces.
“The advantage of this sale is that we constantly restock,” says Alan Paulson, chief organizer of the event.
“Actually we recommend Friday and Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday as more comfortable shopping times.”
The largest pottery sale of its kind in the country will feature 138 potters offering nearly 40,000 pieces ranging anywhere from pots and lamps to jewelry and birdbaths and be held at the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Hall in Madison Heights.
On preview night admission will be $10 and Friday through Sunday both admission and parking are free.
For hours, location and more information visit www.thepottersmarket.com or call 248-554-5570.
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