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Monday, June 2, 2008

Laguna Pottery

Welcome to Laguna Pottery

ImageWelcome, LAGUNA, one of the greatest vintage pottery shops in America, specializes in stop and collectible American dinnerware and art pottery. You can find a wide selection of 20th century art pottery and a wide range of collectible American dinnerware patterns.

Laguna also carries the best selection of contemporary Heath Ceramics and the Pacific Northwest. We have a lot of the forms of different colors, and by offering free shipping and discounts confirmed subscribe to the factory. Come and see all the forms and glaze colors that are available.

Our regular shop hours are as follows:

Monday 11-3

Tues.-la. 11-5:30

NOW OPEN SUNDAY 12-5 !!!!!!!!

Open until 8 pm the first Thursday every month for Pioneer Square's Gallery Walk

LAGUNA is located in the Pioneer Square neighborhood, Seattle, Washington. Pioneer Square is on arts, cultural and historic center, in Seattle and is one of the largest National Historic Landmark districts in America, full of more than 145 terra cotta and brick buildings. LAGUNA have been placed in late 19th century red-brick building with a pressed tin ceiling and the hard wood floor. The shop is open to the public.

Collector and the owner Michael Lindsey scours the nation for the finest examples of American ceramics available. He has been a curator of local exhibitions also collectible Clay: 20th Century American Ceramics and Made Right in America: Russel Wright industrial designer, and has lectured, the Seattle Art Museum, Historic Seattle and the National Antique evaluators Associations. He has appeared in local and national radio and TV and provided assistance and information about many publications and books with American ceramics.

It is a life long passion gain more prestige, the ceramic industry and the USA. In the 1930's and 40's ceramics industry was a very important role in the economy. Hundreds of companies in different parts of the country is to produce both utilitarian and art wares. Nowadays, very few of them are still in place.
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