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It is worth driving all the way to Jugtown for the history of the place, I guess. They have an interesting museum...all self guided. Only one person spoke to us and he was not very friendly, nor did he share any information about Jugtown or...More
One of a few places our church group visited in Seagrove. Good selection of pottery and other gifts. Interesting museum located on the grounds. Worth a visit as several potters works are represented and many others are located nearby.
Got to go to the Pottery Capital of N.C...literally 100's of potters..each different and unique.
Wonderful artisans...small shops, big shops, but all willing to tell you about their work. Will definitely be going back!
I had learned about Jugtown from an exhibit at the NC History Museum and knew that I wanted to visit the area. Jugtown Pottery is on the list of Historic Places. It has a museum and another building with pottery, jewelry, soaps, books, cards, postcards,...More
During the 1920's, Jugtown Pottery reinvigorated a flagging craft by apprenticing local potters and also by encouraging them to produce work appealing to a wider audience. Many of the well known potters in the area started out a Jugtown. The Pottery is currently owned by...More
I've been visiting Jugtown on and off for 4 decades. It's the only one left from the 4 that were there 40 years ago, and I think that is due to the high quality and consistently reliable selection. The styles have changed and they have...More