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Lovely Vases in Five Glazes

Upcoming Shows:

Rockbrook Art Fair
Rockbrook Shopping Center
Omaha, NE
Sept. 10 &11

Overland Park Fall Festival
Santa Fe Commons
Santa Fe Dr & 81st
Overland Park, KS
Sept. 24

Octagon Arts Festival
Main St
Ames, IA
Sept. 25

Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival
Bella Vista, AR
Oct. 13, 14 & 15

3 Rivers Arts Festival
Covington, LA
Nov.  12 & 13

Arkansas Craft Guild's
Christmas Showcase
Little Rock, AR
Dec,  2,  3 & 4

Slip Glazed Pieces
patterned pieces in four designs
casseroles, pie plates, vegetable steamers, soup tureens, warmers
plates, salad bowls, salad plates, dessert plates, cereal bowls, glasses, mugs, soup mugs
serving bowls, mixing bowls, pasta bowls, spouted bowls, cereal bowls
chip and dip, platters, creamers, sugar bowls, condiment trays, teapots, pitchers
vases, toothbrush holders, soap dispensers
Kitchen Accessories
spoon rests, canisters, cookie jars, sugar bowls, creamers, colander, trivet, utensil holder
Contact Us

Welcome to the
Steve Coburn Pottery Website
  I make an extensive line of wheel thrown, functional stoneware pottery.  My pots are designed to be both attractive  and durably functional.  My object is to make pots for everyday use that are practical and visually pleasing.  On the following pages  you  will see the individual pieces and the 5 glazes that I use.  Any of the  pots you see can be ordered in any of the 5 glazes.
I studied Art at Kansas State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, with an emphasis in Ceramics. I've been a professional  potter since 1982.  I sell my work at a number of Art shows in the Midwest, and I also do business with several shops and Galleries in that same area.

Beautiful Open and Lidded Casseroles