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Rookwood Thanksgiving Revival

by Victor last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:58 AM
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by Eric last modified Nov 25, 2010

130 years ago, Maria Longworth Nichols fired the first pieces of pottery that would eventually become the famed Arts & Crafts era Rookwood Pottery. On this Thanksgiving Day, Rookwood president and CEO, Christopher Rose, will celebrate the rejuvenation of the company by pulling new pieces from the kiln 130 years to the day. Read more about it here. Image via news.cincinnati.com




 

 

Picture 4 130 years ago, Maria Longworth Nichols fired the first pieces of pottery that would eventually become the famed Arts & Crafts era Rookwood Pottery. On this Thanksgiving Day, Rookwood president and CEO, Christopher Rose, will celebrate the rejuvenation of the company by pulling new pieces from the kiln 130 years to the day. Read more about it here.

Image via news.cincinnati.com


 

 

 
 
 

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