Second Sales at East Fork Pottery
From the venue:
When East Fork potters unload the kilns, everything is laid out and each pot is inspected for flaws. After a bisque firing (before the pots are glazed), they’re looking for cracks in mug handles or plate foots and warping in form shape, most typically roundness - a pot with a wonky rim is called “out-of-round” and placed on the seconds shelves in the back corner of the workshop. These pieces will be available to buy on September 28 in the vacant space nearest East Fork and Aziza. Be sure to get there early!