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Let me start out by saying I used to own a fine craft and art gallery in North Carolina, I sold a lot of pottery and many of my potters came from Seagrove so I know a bit about pottery and know how various kinds...More
I loved visiting this pottery. The crystalline was so beautiful with all the various patterns and colors. The owner was so pleasant and described how he made the pottery. He also explained the history of the area and how it became like a pottery capital....More
We watched Pam take pieces from soaking to expose beautiful crystals going lighter while drying to further enhance the incredible formations. Pam and her husband take time to show the process, answer any and all questions. It’s very clear they love they work and the...More
My wife and i have visited the Seagrove area before and have always found beautiful pieces to bring home with us. The Uwharrie Crystalline Pottery is a must visit when in town. This time we came up for the 36th Annual Seagrove Pottery Festival but...More
Enjoyed our visit to this pottery studio today. Very friendly owners and passionate about their artistry using their custom crystalline glazes on their pottery. Definitely a place to visit when in Seagrove.
Visited Seagrove for the first time and went into this business which has very unique pottery. We saw the pottery when it first left the kiln. Enjoyed talking with the owners and discovering their products. They even went out of the way to help us...More
The potter was right out in the open and we could see exactly how the process works. The owners were friendly and sociable, and the pottery was beautiful and reasonably priced. Enjoyed the visit with them
My wife and I visited the NC Pottery Trail this week and Uwharrie Crystalline was one of our first stops. Inside their pottery shop you can watch the hand-made works of art coming to life.
One of the owners, Pamela was there and showed us...More