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Melanie Brown Porcelain
Teapots shown in groups with silver, cane, rubber and beech additions.
http://www.melaniebrownporcelain.com/
  Cynthia Bringle Pottery
Cynthia Bringle is a clay artist located in Penland, NC. Cynthia Bringle is one of America's pre-eminent potters and a legendary teacher whose sphere of influence stretches around the globe. For the forms she creates and the lives she shapes, Cynthia Bringle received the 2002 North Carolina Award for Fine Arts.
http://cynthiabringlepottery.com/
  Richard Milgrim
Tea ware from the kilns of Richard Milgrim.
http://www.teaceramics.com/
  Robbie Bell
Robbie Bell is the potter and owner of The Speckled Dog where pots are both wheel thrown and hand built, incorporating natural elements such as leaves, twigs, pine straw and glass.
http://www.speckleddogpottery.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
  

             
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