Cornwall Bridge Pottery Store located on 415 Sharon Goshen Turnpike in the heart of Cornwall Bridge, just up the street from the historic covered bridge that spans the Housatonic River has once again announced it’s annual lamp sale on May 23 and May 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cornwall Bridge Pottery began making lamps back in 1976 for Bloomingdale’s as they hosted an American Craft Celebration
in honor of the nations 200th Anniversary. Since then, 40 years later, Cornwall Bridge Pottery has become world renown for their elegant and stylish designs. They are are now featured in the Shaker Workshops catalog and have even sold lamps to Green Mountain Coffee Roasters! They have customers using their lamps in the Caribbean,Europe and all across the United States.
So, you might say they are in a celebratory mood and this years selection of high quality lamps demonstrate their continued commitment to function, quality, and price. Some lamps will be discounted as much as 75%. But those go quickly so make sure you get there early.
Additionally, Cornwall Bridge Pottery will be formally introducing our partnership with a company called WaterCheck.Biz. This joint-venture is named Terra Water Pottery. There are few things that share a closer relationship than
clay and water. Put together, they not only produce the magnificence, beauty and practicality of ceramics, they also account for the vast majority of the makeup of the Earth’s surface. But now, the two are coming together in a different manner. See more at: http://cts.vresp.com/c/?CornwallBridgePotter/99a22d7dd1/1fb02e29b1/9228e25854
As an added incentive there will be a discount of 10% on all sales of Shaker furniture transacted during this Memorial Day Weekend period (good for ordered furniture as well as items from showroom floor). The pottery will also have ongoing
demonstrations of wheel-throwing as well as discussions and in-depth videos of the making and firing process.
In addition to this fabulous sale, there is a new Spring Art Exhibition in the gallery on the second floor. This year the Pottery is featuring painter John Thompson and a first-time-ever viewing of his latest series of Central Park paintings. Alongside of John’s work they will exhibit fashion-driven hats designed and handmade by his daughter, milliner Ryan Wilde. There will be an OPENING RECEPTION Sunday, May 24, 2015 from 12 noon thru 3 p.m. Wine and cheese and crackers will be served.
John’s works for this show FIFTH AVENUE are from a series he calls CENTRAL PARK. Oils, and giclee prints from watercolor sketchbooks will be on display reflecting the northeast corner of the park, specifically the sites of the Conservatory Garden and the Harlem Meer. Examples can be seen at his website: http://cts.vresp.com/c/CornwallBridgePotter/99a22d7dd1/1fb02e29b1/6c39fc37d8.
Ryan Wilde is presently employed as the millinery director of JJ Hat Center on Fifth Avenue in New York City,which at 104 years is the oldest hat store in New York. Thru JJ Hat, Ryan crafts for all heads. In particular celebrities such as Donald Trump, Lady Gaga, LL Cool J, Spike Lee and the Metropolitan Opera have sought her counsel, fashion sense and old-world
skills to create head adornment. More of this story can be found at Ryan’s website: