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I grew up with Pennsylvania Dutch birth plates in our home and the feel of the different layers held such a fascination for me that I was eager to learn the technique when I got older and have been making plates for many years now. When I began to feel a little limited with the designs I started experimenting with the Celtic knotwork and using richer, deeper colors which resulted in what you...
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All pieces are glazed with a transparent amber glaze and fired to approximately 2000 degrees. All glazes are food safe. The matte or 'aged' finish is a process achieved after firing to give the piece a more 'primitive' look. Red Oaks Pottery can be found in stores and museums across the United States and abroad. Real American Made earthenware pottery inspired by early redware from Colonial...
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We can’t believe that we have been making pottery for a half century! We have been blessed with overwhelming support and patronage over the past 50 years, and we can’t say thank you enough. When we began in 1962, we could have never imagined what we are doing now. The Foltz Pottery shop has...
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Robesonia Redware handmakes PA German inspired, museum grade, heirloom quality redware pottery. Robesonia Redware consists of Scott Madeira, Thilo Schmitz and Curt Pearson who continuously work off their individual strengths to produce museum grade redware. Scott Madeira, who was employed by...
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