Seagrove: North Carolina Pottery Artists' Tour
Vessels of fired clay have been produced by nearly every culture for millennia. 200 Years of Seagrove heritage began long before the American Revolution as a product of necessity. Potters were farmers part of the year and produced functional pieces of ware, a plate for a family table, or a bowl or pickle jar or jug.
The piece was likely fired in a ground hog kiln of the potter's making and glazed with a transparent glaze of the time. Due to the high quality of the local clay, the plank road passing… Show more
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