OUR FAVORITE LINKS
Links to the companies that we get our supplies, pottery tools, clay and just about everything else you need to make pottery.
Skutt Kilns Skutt Ceramic Products help you make great things - ceramic & glass kilns.
Standard Clay co. Manufactures clay & glazes for potters, schools & artists, and supplies tools glaze chemicals, ceramic materials & decorating supplies.
Brent Wheels. Brent potter's wheels accommodate the needs of the potter and small or large ceramic art departments. A wide range of quality accessories are also available.
Creative Industries Manufacturers of potter wheels and accessories for the ceramic community.
North Star Equipment manufactures the highest quality slab rollers, extruders, tile presses, shelf trucks, throwing bats and other products for pottery.
Giffin Grip Add the Giffin Grip to your potters wheel for pottery trimming, waxing the foot or banding with oxides or slips for pottery glazing.
Kemper Tools Manufacturer of the worlds finest quality art tools.
Amaco (American Art Clay Co.) A complete line of equipment & supplies for pottery, ceramics and crafts.
Spectrum World-class kiln fired finishes for all types of ceramic products.
Sherrill Mud Tools Unique tools and ceramic supplies for craftsmen who work with clay.
Bamboo accents Bamboo water fountains & bamboo accessories for the home & garden.
Here are some other sites that will help you get around in the Wilmington area.
Wilmington Web Site Directory A Wilmington North Carolina Web Site Directory that covers a lot of information about businesses in Wilmington.
Coastal Carolina Clay Guild. Web site for the areas new clay Guild, located in Wilmington, North Carolina. Check out the happenings in the area or send what's happening in your area.
Port City Pottery & Fine Crafts Five very talented potters got together to start this fantastic
store. Located in the Cotton Exchange, downtown Wilmington NC
Coastal Carolina Pottery Located at Cedar Point NC, Chrissie O'Connell is a full time potter who started at Fat Cat Pottery. She has some very unique pottery.
Pumpkin Creek Pottery Dick Heiser We were wood firing back in the day when it was still a novelty or something only done in traditional settings or in Japan. It was not always the results that we sought but the process, the human energy required, and the bringing together of fire, earth, water and air.
Barley Hollow Pottery