Tankard Mug by David Stuempfle

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Tankard Mug by David Stuempfle

100.00

A wonderful large mug made from local clays from the Seagrove area along with ash glaze finish. Wood fired in a large anagama style kiln.

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.

David Stuempfle left Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to study ceramics with Isobel Karl at the High Mowing School in Wilton, New Hampshire. Following a two-year apprenticeship with Lewis Snyder in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, David traveled the U.S. as a journeyman potter, settling into Seagrove in the late 1980s. He worked for Vernon and Pam Owens at Jugtown Pottery for five years while he found 20 acres of land and built a home, kiln and studio for himself. Stuempfle Pottery was official in 1992. In 1998, a fellowship brought David to Shigaraki to study and work in the Japanese pottery village. He and his wife Nancy are widely traveled. David's work reflects that global perspective.

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