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I learned to make pots in England, studying in private studios and the Harrow School of Art. Since returning to the US in 1972, I have been a studio potter in Virginia. I make functional pots and fire them in salt glaze, stoneware and wood. Function matters to me, so I make sure my teapots pour well and mugs feel right in your hand. Information on clays, glaze recipes and firing schedules are listed at NanRothwellPottery.com.

  • Female
  • Joined July 7, 2010

Favorite materials

Clay fired to stoneware temperatures in salt glaze, stoneware, and wood

About

I learned to make pots in England, studying in private studios and the Harrow School of Art. Since returning to the US in 1972, I have been a studio potter in Virginia. I make functional pots and fire them in salt glaze, stoneware and wood. Function matters to me, so I make sure my teapots pour well and mugs feel right in your hand. Information on clays, glaze recipes and firing schedules are listed at NanRothwellPottery.com.

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