Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Seagrove in the Blogosphere

Seagrove: A Simpler Tyme Still Exists Today: Pottery Capitol of the USA

"Any passionate pottery person already knows about Seagrove, NC. For some 240 years pottery has been taking shape in this lovely and vibrant town. Many of the first Seagrove potters were English and German immigrants, and they primarily produced functional, glazed earthenware. Due to the high quality of the local clay, the Plank Road passing through the town, and, later, the railroad, Seagrove became known for its pottery."

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