Pamela Owens (Jugtown Pottery) Salt and Ash Glazed Mug

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Pamela Owens (Jugtown Pottery) Salt and Ash Glazed Mug

100.00

Pam’s mug is classic Salt Glaze from the Groundhog Kiln, with bit of ash dripping down and collecting at the foot. Rich contrasts of color on a very pleasing shape.

Mug will come with a signed copy by all of the potters featured in the Control Burn Book. Free Shipping in US Lower 48 states.

Pam Owens grew up in New Hampshire and started her life in pottery with Isobel Karl at The High Mowing School; she is the wife of Vernon, and for nearly 40 years has been on of the primary makers at Jugtown Pottery. Established in 1917, this working pottery and craft shop is located in a grove of trees and bamboo just off Busbee Road, a road named for Jacques and Juliana Busbee, the founders of Jugtown. Both artists with a love of craft and form, the Busbees created Jugtown Pottery, melding forms from ancient traditions with those developed in North Carolina. In 1917 they created The Village Store and Tea Room in New York City, and in 1922 they began stamping each piece with the circular Jugtown Ware stamp. Jugtown Pottery thrives on the aesthetic foundation laid out by the Busbees.

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