brentsmithpottery

Brent Smith Pottery in NC

North Carolina, United States · 599 Sales

brentsmithpottery

Brent Smith Pottery in NC

North Carolina, United States 599 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(238)

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Note from shop owner Hi, As soon as I get the oak tree off of my studio and repair the roof I'll start listing new work again. Thanks, Brent

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Aug 11, 2016

Hi, As soon as I get the oak tree off of my studio and repair the roof I'll start listing new work again. Thanks, Brent

Brent Smith

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(238)
maireadnagle

maireadnagle on Aug 30, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Substantial, well-made canister set. The color was perfect. Packaging was great.

ChipDip84

ChipDip84 on Jun 29, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Packaging was thorough and I received my sugar bowl quickly. I am very happy with the product and adore the coloring!

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About

How I got started

I took my first clay class at East Carolina University in 1991 from the advice of a friend who thought I might like it. I had already been at ECU for a year taking art classes and didn't think I would care much for the pottery class. That changed very quickly. I graduated in Ceramics, moved back home and set up shop in my parents backyard (they were very supportive). Now, I have my own family and my studio is behind our house.

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    I live in Salisbury, NC with my beautiful family and pets.

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Last updated on June 26, 2015
Welcome, I live just outside the city limits of Salisbury, North Carolina, USA which is just north of Charlotte. My studio is about 100 feet from our back door. It use to be an open garage until I closed it up using recycled wood, some recycled windows and a door. My dirt floor studio is small but when it starts to fill up with pots I can move them out to the shed and fire them in my kiln. I have a small wood stove for heat in the winter and some old large pecan trees helps to keep it cool in the summer.
I work alone most days except for the company of our dogs Mik and Macy.

All the pottery is handmade by me.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
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Payment
The quickest and easiest way to checkout is through Etsy's Direct Checkout or Paypal (you can use your credit card on the Paypal site). Personal checks are also fine ...It just takes a bit longer.


Brent Smith Pottery
4885 Stokes Ferry Rd
Salisbury NC 28146

704-633-1989
Shipping
I usually ship by FedEx or USPS and the package may be left at the door if nobody is home. If you would like to sign or have someone else sign for the package please let me know in the notes to seller box at checkout or convo me.

If there is an excess of $1 or more in shipping charges I will refund it through paypal or through your credit card via direct checkout. Sometimes there is an overcharge especially when two or more pots are being purchased. If you are buying multiple pots and the shipping charge is escalating way too much feel free to convo me.

I wrap the pieces well with cardboard wrap and use recycled packaging material and recycled/reUse boxes often.

I normally do not use peanuts for shipping but occasionally I have some that I reuse.

Most purchases will ship the day of or the day after I receive your payment.

I do ship internationally! Please contact me with the details so I can calculate shipping costs.
Refunds and Exchanges
If there is any problem please let me know and it will be taken care of by refund or exchange.

Thanks

brents100 [!at] aol.com
www.brentsmithpottery.com
704-633-1989
Additional policies and FAQs
Shipping material:

I use single face corrugated cardboard to wrap around the pottery. I also use recycled and/or reUse packing material and boxes.
Occasionally I use bubble wrap that's been destined for the landfill.
I don't use peanuts.