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The Town of Seagrove is “The Handmade Pottery Capital of the United States” hosting visitors from as far away as Australia, not to mention each of the 50 states. Collecting pottery is nothing new, but in the last dozen years or so, it has turned into a must-do if you’re into supporting the arts, and creating fun bucket list adventures! There are now more than 100 individual potters to visit and collect from in the Seagrove area. Explore at your own pace one pottery shop to the next to see what’s new and exciting in the pottery world, as well as seeing potters make their famous handmade traditional pottery that has been created here for generations! When you take a piece of Seagrove pottery home, you’re also supporting this large family of artists who make a living in this craft.

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Kovack Pottery

Kovack Pottery
Kovack Pottery specializes in decorative and utilitarian pottery hand turned by Craig Kovack and hand built by Michelle Kovack including floral, fruit, log cabin, pine cone, and spongeware patterns; holiday designs including ornaments; and wood-fired salt-glazed pieces including face and spider jugs, and pitchers.
Hours of OperationSun, 12 - 5 pm (closed in Jan); Mon - Sat, 9 am - 5 pm
Address1298 Fork Creek Mill Rd
Seagrove NC 27341
Phone336-873-8727
WebsiteKovack Pottery