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Will Baker, Raine, Master Builder Shane Mickey

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The door is off!

August of 2008 was an exciting month for Raine! She was featured on the Southern Potters  website and Shane Mickey came down from the mountain and built the Bessie IV. The first firing was awesome.
Raine is a native of Lincoln County and grew up in the Vale area where her great great grandfather, David Hartzog made pots for folks in the area.

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Salt Fired Work

Aunt Madge's Rose
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22" Platter

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20" Vase

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The Lighter Side

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Cityscape Plate

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22 in. Cosmopolitan Vase

Mug and Bowl
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Fall Look for '07
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Penland Influence on Sgraffito Work
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Thanks to the Regional Artist Grant Through The ASC

New Look for 08
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XXL Platter

Cheese Dome
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Something to Bake and Serve Your Brie In

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Teapot

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