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"In 1976, Richard and Chris Hilton began building a dream of making pottery in a one-room schoolhouse on the road to Boothbay Harbor. 38 years later, Edgecomb Potters has a national brand recognition for a high caliber of work with an inventive spirit. In this era of mass-produced products made overseas, Richard and Chris continue to create porcelain pottery with their own clay and glazes in their Maine studio. Richard's passion for glaze development has led him to be considered a national standard to watch as recognized by articles in Niche Magazine, Boston Globe, The Dallas Times, San Diego Union, Ceramics Monthly, American Style, Downeast, and other publications.

 In 2001, the purchase of a large vase by trade representatives from Taiwan for the president of their country was an honor for Richard Hilton, the chemist behind Edgecomb Potters' glazes. In 2003, Edgecomb Potters was announced as a winner of one of America's "Best of the Road" by Rand McNally Road Atlas. (http://edgecombpotters.com/)"

The piece measures 7 and 1/2 inches high and 14 and 1/2 inches in circumference. There is a minor chip at the bottom of the handle with a small hairline crack that extends a 1/8 inch outside the chip. Otherwise in beautiful condition. See picture 3.

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Vintage Edgecomb Pottery Jug Vase circa late 1970s early 1980s

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: edgecomb pottery jug vase superior glazes
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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