Kings Seagrove,NC blue pottery fish

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  • Sold Date: Mar 02, 2009
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Kings blue pottery fish

Good condition. No chips or cracks

Artist Kings

Handmade turned traditional stoneware. Made with lead free glazes and microwave and dishwasher safe. Made by 3rd and 4th generation potters.

Made in Seagrove, NC


5 1/2 in wide, 2 in thick and 2 1/8 in tall

Great for any pottery lover

Terry and Anna King are lifelong residents of Seagrove, NC, the pottery capital of the United States. White very young, they began a relationship with Dot and Walter Auman (potters and owners of the now legendary "Seagrove pottery"), and consequently developed an interest in clay. The Aumans encouraged the Kings, and eventually hired them in 1985. While working for Dot and Walter, they were instructed in most of the tasks required to run and maintain a true southern, traditional, production pottery. Their duties included mixing clay and glazes, "turning" and glazing pots, and loading kiln. It was during this two year internship that they developed an intense love for folk art. In 1987, Terry, Anna and their daughter, Crystal opened their first pottery on the site of the old Joe Owen Pottery, on Hwy. 705, south of Seagrove. Soon after Anna was taken under the wing of master potter Charlie Owen, brother of Joe and Ben Owen. They have since built a studio
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