Kernersville, NC, March 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Maggie Weldon has now merged her love of crochet with her new found passion in pottery and produced Lace Pottery. Her handmade pieces range from $7 to $325 and are available now at http://www.lacepottery.com, Lace Pottery Gallery in Kernersville, NC and several galleries in the surrounding areas.
Best known for her extraordinary crochet designs and the brand Maggie’s Crochet, Maggie Weldon has taken her 25 years of crochet experience in a new direction with Lace Pottery. Weldon’s new path all began while taking pottery classes with her daughter. "No matter how hard I tried I could never get the hang of the wheel. Luckily there was another way!” Weldon says of her pottery experience. Each piece of pottery is handmade in her Kernersville, NC studio using fine porcelain clay and crocheted doilies. The doilies are pressed into the clay and removed before fired in a kiln. All pieces are food-safe and can serve either as functional dining pieces or ornamental treasures.
Due to the distinctive craft of hand building, each piece is one-of-a-kind and limited edition. Anyone in the market for a unique piece of ceramic art, whether it’s a consumer, collector or gallery owner, will appreciate the handcrafted elegance of Lace Pottery. Each piece is stamped with Weldon’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity to prove its validity.
For additional information, and for a listing of all available retailers, pieces and prices, please go to www.lacepottery.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (336)992-0054.
Lace Pottery Gallery in Kernersville, NC is open to the public Monday through Friday from 10am until 5pm. All other times are by appointment only. Group tours are available upon request. Pottery prices range from $7 to $325. If you’d like to place an order, please visit the website or call. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9am until 5pm.
If you love pottery and crocheted lace, you will fall in love with the sister company to Maggie’s Crochet, Lace Pottery. Started in 2002, the full potential of the business was not realized until 2006 when the full product line was established. Each piece of pottery is hand crafted in the Kernersville, NC studio and is food safe. The pieces can be functional or ornamental and are always elegant.