David T. Smith's Turtle Creek Pottery

David T. Smith Turtle Creek PotteryDavid T. Smith’s Turtle Creek Pottery uses many historical sources to inspire their “Folk Art” pottery. Designs from period fireboards, paintings, hooked rugs, needlework, frakturs, wall paintings, and quilts have all been used for their pottery designs.

Customers love the decorative pottery from Turtle Creek Pottery because it becomes an heirloom in their Colonial, Country or Primitive home.

Redware is a type of reddish pottery made from clay and fired at low temperatures. Our early American settlers used clay to make redware for household items. The color of redware is comes from it’s high iron content. Additionally, the redware turns a reddish color after firing despite what may have been the clay’s original color.

At Nana’s Farmhouse we work with the leading artists who offer only the highest quality art and pottery. Be sure to check back often as we add additional pieces to this collection.

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