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6th May 2015, 07:48 AM
Red Clay Pottery

Has the Red Clay Pottery which is located at 9233 Wildwood Road in Delton, Michigan, near the Southeast corner of Gun Lake any branches else where too? Can you tell me what type of items or products are designed by Red Clay Pottery?
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23rd April 2018, 08:58 AM
Re: Red Clay Pottery

Hello sir, Im looking for to book some clay products from Red Clay pottery. Will you please provide me address of Red clay pottery?
23rd April 2018, 08:59 AM
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Re: Red Clay Pottery

Red Clay Pottery is located at 9233 Wildwood Road in Delton, Michigan, near the Southeast corner of Gun Lake at the intersection of Yankee Springs/Norris Road and Wildwood Road.

Pottery is the ceramic material which makes up pottery wares of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain.

The place where such wares are made by a potter is also called a pottery.

Red Clay Pottery makes everything in clay mugs, jugs, plates, sculptures and flower pots.

The gallery at Red Clay Pottery features the handmade tableware and drawings of artist, Christyl Burnett.

The gallery windows look in on the pottery studio where clay is prepared, handcrafted, glazed, and fired in a kiln designed and built by Burnett.


Red Clay Pottery
Pottery store in Michigan
9233 Wildwood Rd, Delton, MI 49046, USA
Phone: +1 269-795-3133


Flower pots.

Pottery Types:

Porcelain Pottery
Resembles glass; hard, fine-grained, and impervious to liquids

Earthenware Pottery
Made of baked clay; once baked, glaze must be applied, which makes it impervious to liquids; terracotta is unglazed earthenware

Stoneware Pottery
Hard like porcelain, but opaque like earthenware; impervious to liquid and usually translucent

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