Jugtown Pottery Est. 1917
Jugtown Pottery is open year round, Tuesday - Saturday - 8:30-5:00. We keep a good selection of new pieces in the Sales Cabin through regular firings. We look forward to your visit!
Now Available Online: Jugtown Pottery 1917-2017: A Century of Art and Craft in Clay by Stephen C. Compton. Click Here for more details.
Schedule of New Pots in the Sales Cabin
Saturday, June 2 - New Pieces from the Cone 10 Reduction Kiln
The pieces from this firing will include lots of mugs and tumblers, platters, covered casserole dishes, butter crocks and pitchers. Glazes will include Soft Iron with Red, Cornwall, Weathered Bronze, Lavender, Honey Amber and others.
Saturday, June 9 - New Pieces from the Cone 10 Reduction Kiln
The pieces from this firing will include a large selection of vases, covered jars, several pieces with decoration and more. Glazes will include Peachbloom, Oxblood Red, Weathered Bronze, Blue Ridge Blue with Copper Red, Lavender, Cornwall & Moonstone with Slip Decoration and more.
Thursday, July 12 - 11:00 AM at the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum
Join Steve Compton and Travis Owens for a talk on the history, future and making process at Jugtown. This presentation is in conjunction with the show:
Handcrafted: North Carolina Clay
The show is currently on display through
July 22; click here for more information.