Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Thanksgiving Market: Pottery by Lee Dickenson

Potter Lee Dickenson lives nearby in Brentwood, Maryland, and has been a potter for about 10 years. She works out of the Glen Echo Pottery Studio, in addition to working on a pottery wheel in her own home. It's a kick wheel, which Lee is convinced provides her with needed exercise. Pottery at Glen Echo is high fired to a temperature of about 2300 degrees fahrenheit. It's food safe, and dishwasher safe.
Make sure to stop by and shop with Lee this Saturday at Thanksgiving Market -- she has beautiful, one-of-a-kind work that will be enhance your table (or a very lucky gift recipient's home) for years to come! Lee's wheel thrown pottery is both functional and decorative. Fired in earth tones, the glazes are food safe, and the pieces can be put in the dishwasher or microwave.

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