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Table Top/Portable

Pottery Wheel Rental

No experience needed! Beginner to Advanced!



Located in Indianapolis, IN

What you get:

  • 25 lbs. of clay

  • tools (ask for details)

  • small plastic tarp

  • pottery wheel

  • 8 underglazes (2 oz. containers)

  • tote and tray for clay work

  • drywall and canvas squares for clay

  • 3 bats 

  • drop off of finished work

  • 4-8 week rental

  • upgrade options 

  • easy knob controls for pottery wheel

  • tabletop, portable pottery wheels (except Clay Boss)

  • 35 lb. pottery wheel weight

You Pick-up and drop-off in Rocky Ripple

(behind Butler University)

Rentals are picked up on first come, first serve basis. Ask for availability. You drop off finished work and pick-up when finished. Schedule your studio lesson for individual/family learning using your pottery wheel.  I will go through set-up, lesson(s) and questions. Please list all available times on comments below. 


Contact Jeremy South for questions at:

317-514-8469 or 

Pottery Wheel Rental Form
Artista Wheel Rental:
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Clay Boss Pottery Wheel (Only 1 available):

Want to schedule a studio lesson for up to 6 people before renting a pottery wheel?  Click on the link below for details.



*Add clay ($3 lb.-clay, firing, added glaze) (Clay/Firing only $2 a pound)

I do not hold Ripple Mobile Arts liable in any way for injury that may occur while using the pottery wheel, clay or tools.  I will follow best practices outlined in the page and videos shared.  Clay projects are food-safe after firing.  Glaze and clay are non-toxic.  If I drop or short out the pottery wheel and it can not be repaired I am responsible for for cost of damage.   I will clean up everything and return as it was found.  I will use the checklist video and/or paper checklist to make sure all needed items are returned.  I will replace or reimburse for any lost parts/tools/accessories.  

Pay electronically through:


Venmo (@Jeremy-South-2)

Cashapp ($JeremySouth)

 PayPal (please add 3% to

or check/cash (checks made to Jeremy South) can be left in an envelope 

Pay either today or at pickup

Pottery wheels are portable and usually weight about 35 pounds.  They can center 2-3 pounds of soft clay.  Beginner wheels are not meant for larger than 3 pounds of clay.  Follow guidance through short videos.  

Thanks for submitting!

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