Shaping the Earth: Iron Mountain Stoneware of Laurel Bloomery, TNJanuary 25, 2008 - July 06, 2008
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Iron Mountain Stoneware operated from 1965 to 1992 in Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee. Workers formed the stoneware by hand, applying the glazes and decorations created by owner Nancy Patterson Lamb. In addition to a series of patterns Iron Mountain Stoneware produced, Sally Patterson painted one-of-a-kind pieces and Jim Kaneko created unique sculptural forms.
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