Annual Pottery Sale this weekend @ Cornwall Bridge Pottery

Once again this year Cornwall Bridge Pottery has announced the annual Memorial Day LAMP SALE! In 1976 Todd Piker, master potter began making lamps for Bloomingdale’s as they hosted an American Craft Celebration in honor of the nation’s 200th Anniversary. Forty-one years later Cornwall Bridge Pottery has become world renown for their artistic and elegant one of a kind designs; they are a steady feature in the Shaker Workshops catalog. Cornwall Bridge Pottery has customers lighting their homes with their lamps from the Caribbean, throughout Europe and all across the United States. When you buy one of their lamps you will brighten that dark corner of the room, illuminate an heirloom treasure, or, gently read that favorite book.

Celebrate this Memorial Day Weekend with this year’s selection of high quality lamps. In their continued commitment to function, quality, and price some lamps will be discounted as much as 75%. Arrive early for the best selection of lamps for you to add to your collection, or, to give as a gift to a loved one!

Also, new this year, is an invitation to visit our new website http://www.CBPOTS.COM. They have kept the same URL—http://www.cbpots.com—but now have a new server with added opportunities for social media and streamlined communication with those of you that would like to stay more connected. The new site is mobile friendly and promises to become a much more direct way of letting you know the latest developments taking place at Cornwall Bridge Pottery–new workshop, new pots, wood firing dates, internship opportunities, lectures, demonstrations and the boldest effort of all–Cornwall Bridge IDEAS-a new setting to advance and support the work of Pots, Potters and Potteries in the 21st century.

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