Mark of the Potter


The Mark of the Potter, Georgia's oldest craft gallery, is located in the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains and occupies one of three mills that have inhabited the site since the time of the Cherokee Indians. For over 30 years, the Mark of the Potter has provided a selection of handmade crafts in wood, metal, hand blown glass and pottery from over 25 artists.

The pottery crafted in Mark of the Potter is not only beautiful artwork but functions as everyday dishware. Whether it is a pitcher or a plate, Mark of the Potter pottery takes pride in their useful artwork. To learn more about Mark of the Potter visit their website.


Segment Producer/writer: Hamilton Northcutt

Videographer: Mitch Zastrow

Editor: Charlene Fisk




Educators: Mark of the Potter

Information for the Georgia Folklife:

Southern Highland Craft Guild


Resources that integrate the science of ceramics and pottery:

A glossary of pottery terms

Colorants in pottery

The Physics of Color


For information on Georgia pottery

New Georgia Encyclopedia: Pottery


Contributor: Jeff White, Georgia Public Broadcasting Education



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