Cape Breton Clay
On your next trip to Nova Scotia and the Cabot Trail, drop in and take home a piece of the island.
Bell Fraser and Stewart Applegath opened their first Cape Breton Clay gallery in 1996, and have since expanded with shops elsewhere on the island. That's it; you won't find this work anywhere else. However, if you can't travel here, we can still get you something special wherever you may be.
Your getting something unique and arresting when you choose Cape Breton Clay. Gorgeous images of trout, lobster, mussels, birds and indigenous plants all find a home in the work.
How to get there
664 East Big Intervale Rd. Take Margaree Valley exit from the Cabot Trail then travel about 4km. Look for the black buildings with the red doors on the right.
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