CATEGORIES

Alphabetical

Baskets

Boxes

Clocks

Clothing or accessories

Floor coverings

Furniture, Shaker

Furniture, Windsor

Furniture, formal or painted

Glass

Leather

Metals, brass or copper

Metals, iron

Metals, pewter or silver

Metals, tin

Miniatures

Miscellaneous

Ornamental painting

Painted or framed art

Paper

Pottery

Textiles or needlework

Toys or dolls

Wood carving

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Pottery


Pottery embraces a number of traditions, most of which fit in the rainbow of 'ware' names, such as redware, yellow-ware, even green-ware. The skills requires are twofold, both as a potter in turning and sculpting works from clay and as a decorative artist in embellishing them with glaze and designs. This category includes both items reproduced from period originals and those with new designs inspired (and informed) by period traditions. Care is required here. Traditional glazes often incorporated toxic lead. Some decorative potters used such glazes. Insure the glazes in any pottery intended for holding food are food-safe.


GARINE ARAKELIAN

STEPHEN EARP

R. GEERING

RICHARD L. HAMELIN

KENNETH HENDERSON

TIMOTHY & CHRISTY SAWYER

KAY & BOB SHAEFF

GREG SHOONER & MARY SPELLMIRE SHOONER

JOSEPH JOSTES & SUSAN SKINNER

DENISE WILZ

TOM WINTCZAK

JONATHAN & JAN WRIGHT