Sunday, February 27, 2011

Co-op of Seagrove Potters opening soon

Jeff Brown and Phil Pollet are securing the shelves.

We have joined in on a new adventure with 9 other potteries from Seagrove. Opening soon in downtown Seagrove, 10 potteries will be filling this space with their pots. The ten potteries that will be part of the new store called "Co-op of Seagrove Potters" are (and in no particular order):

Tom Gray Pottery
Phil Pollet Pottery
Nelda French Pottery
Latham's Pottery
Lufkin Pottery
Seagrove Stoneware
Michele Hastings and Jeff Brown Pottery
Dover Pottery
Ole Fish House Pottery
and Bulldog Pottery

We are looking forward to working at the Co-op three days a month, and greeting the people that come through the door.
Everyone will take turns in the front window, and we each get a shelving unit like the one that Jeff is working on below.


Each pottery also gets one glass unit that stand in the middle of the building.

The shelves in the back will be a mix of people's pots. A bit of pottery for everyone.

Alexa Modderno sits where there will soon be a table for checkout.
The pots start flowing into place tomorrow.

5 comments:

Hollis Engley said...

Sounds like a great adventure. Good luck with it. We'll drop in next time we're in Seagrove.

Blaine M. Avery said...

Looks great wish I could join you all!

Bulldog Pottery said...

@Hollis yes it is quite an adventure. It will be cool to see how it all flows out
@Blaine me too.

Jesse Lu said...

This sounds like a fantastic idea. I'll have to keep the pottery co-op idea in the back of my mind for the future. :) Hope you two are doing well, by the way, and Max too!

Bulldog Pottery said...

Hey Jesse, The coop idea really helps to split up the work load. Hope all is going well with you! Max is doing fine he matured into a fine young man now.