We Are Moving!

Our craft show shedule has ended in Vermont and New Hampshire effective immediately. We will resume a new schedule in the Pittsburgh, PA region in several months. We want to thank all our loyal customers who visited us at numerous craft shows over the years we operated in VT and NH. Customers will still be able to get our jewelry online by visiting the following website:

https://squareup.com/market/watson-pottery-and-glass 

Our Facebook page Watson Pottery & Glass also has links to the Squareup Marketplace.

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About Us

Owned by John and Ann Watson, Watson Pottery & Glass is a fine craft business that sells stoneware pottery and lampworked jewelry at craft shows in Pennsylvania. Select jewelry at our on-line Squareup Market is a new addition that we hope will help you find great jewelry any time of year.  

We would be delighted to meet you in person at one of the many craft shows listed on the Events page.  Clicking on the Next Event box on the upper right will give you information on that specific event.

We feel confident new and returning customers will be delighted with our unique designs and great cutomer service. Stop by to say hello and check out what is new! 

Lampwork Glass Bead Jewelry    

        Lampworking or flameworking is a very old craft using heat to melt glass into beads. John uses an oxygen/propane torch to melt clear and color glass rods around metal rods, forming each bead one at a time. John adds design details such as dots and swirls with fine glass rods and uses various tools to shape the beads.

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John uses the beads to make earrings, necklaces and pendants. Most necklaces and pendants are available as sets, with matching earrings.

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Stoneware Pottery  

Ann's time is taken up with throwing and firing stoneware pottery. Using a potter's wheel, she makes functional items including kitchen and dinnerware, candleholders and flower pots. "Sprigging" is her favorite decorating technique: she adds thin press-molded shapes to the exteriors of the pots to produce raised designs. The kiln firings heat the pottery up to 2170°F, and all Ann's pottery is dish-washer safe and lead-free.

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Additional pictures of work and work-in-progress can be found in the photo gallery. The small photos are compressed: please click on any photo to view it larger.

     Hand-made means one-of-a-kind, so items pictured on this website are examples. While we strive for accuracy, the posted dates and times for craft shows are subject to change.

 
John & Ann Watson