Pitcher-Eric Miller, Miller Pottery

  • This pitcher, made from Alabama clay dug by the Miller family, represents the long tradition of Miller Pottery. Eric Miller threw and glazed this piece in their studio in Brent, AL. It's approximately 8"x9"x5.5".

  • Miller's Pottery, located in Brent, Bibb County, is one of the few
    remaining traditional potteries in the United States. The pots
    themselves are made from the Alabama clay of Perry County, and
    the Miller family's 150-year history of pottery-making incorporates
    traditions brought from Europe and cultivated in the American
    South. In recent years, the Millers have added a national clientele
    of folk art collectors to their long-standing market of local
    residents and regional hardware stores.

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