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    Johnston and Gentithes Art Pottery

    249 East Main Street
    Seagrove, NC, 27341


    Learn more about Seagrove area's finest, most creative potters and artisans. You can view examples of their work and visit their websites!

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    Are you going to be visiting the Seagrove area? The Pottery Events page list dozens of local events in which you can participate.

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    SAPA,Inc. is dedicated to promoting and marketing the historical, geographical pottery community. Find out more by clicking below.

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    The Seagrove Area Potters Association, Inc. is dedicated to promoting and marketing the historical, geographical pottery community that works and resides in a corner of the Randolph, Moore, and Montgomery counties of North Carolina. This small “Seagrove area" of central NC has been home to many potters since the late 1700s. Potters who grew up in NC pottery families, locals inspired by NC pottery traditions who learned their trade at Seagrove area community colleges, and potters from elsewhere attracted by the Seagrove pottery community run the nearly one hundred Seagrove area pottery shops.

    There are a few pottery shops in the town of Seagrove, which is also the home of the NC Pottery Center, but many more potteries are located in the surrounding rural area. Several potteries are located along NC Hwy 705 or its side roads, prompting the state to designate Hwy 705 as the official “NC Pottery Highway". Although the majority of the potteries in the Seagrove Area Potters Association have a mailing address of “Seagrove", many are actually located in Northwestern Moore County, more widely known for the famous Pinehurst and Southern Pines area golf resorts.

    The Seagrove area potters can be found in their shops most weekdays, quietly working with clay on their potter’s wheels, in much the same fashion as the first potters attracted to central NC by the abundant local clay. The mission of the Seagrove Area Potters Association is to help you find those hardworking artists, visit their studios and find just the right pottery to grace your home. The organization is led by a board of directors made up of potters and other interested individuals from the community. The Discover Seagrove website, along with the SAPA Visitors Guide, lists hours and other important information about the local potters to help you plan your visit.

    We look forward to meeting you!

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