Arts Terres is a fantastic little shop owned and run by two potters ~ Caroline Vernet and Luis Jeronimo.
One portion of the store is devoted to their works (for sale and some for display); another portion is available for workshops for both adults and children.
Different types of earthenware and stoneware are available ~ in the form of tableware, decorative objects, etc.
What to buy: I picked up two small blue-glazed bowls with quotes engraved around the exterior. One was a Christmas gift for a friend, the other a unique keepsake for myself.
Most of the pieces were one of a kind. . .and there was a range of prices. If you're looking for something unique, I'd highly recommend dropping into this store.
What to pay: A complete range of prices ~ the bowls were about $20 each.
If you're interested in foie gras, there are a few specialty shops around Bergerac's vielle ville. In Sarlat, there was a harder sell in the stores, so this is a nice compromise (but I wasn't interested either way ~ it's not to my tastes).
The Bergerac wines are also well-renowned ~ particularly the sweet white Monbazillac. The best place to start with wines is at the Maison des Vins (see my Must See tips).