Burlon Craig (1914-2002), Craig Pottery, Vale, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

Craig is an example of the migration of the alkaline-glaze tradition that originated in the Edgefield District of South Carolina. Few potters today carry on this tradition.

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Burlon Craig Photos | Digital Traditions
Burlon Craig Photos | Digital Traditions

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Burlon Craig (1914-2002), Craig Pottery, Vale, Lincoln County, North Carolina. Craig is an example of the migration of the alkaline-glaze tradition that originated in the Edgefield District of South...
Firing His Kiln, Part 1 | Digital Traditions
Firing His Kiln, Part 1 | Digital Traditions

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This is an excerpt from the program "Folkways: Face Jugs and Folk Pots" narrated by David Holt. Learn more about Burlon Craig and the firing of his kiln from this is an excerpt from the program...
Burlon Craig  | Digital Traditions
Burlon Craig | Digital Traditions

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This is an excerpt from the program "Folkways: Face Jugs and Folk Pots" narrated by David Holt. Burlon Craig (1914-2002), Craig Pottery, Vale, Lincoln County, North Carolina. Craig is an example of...
Firing His Kiln, Part 2 | Digital Traditions
Firing His Kiln, Part 2 | Digital Traditions

Video

This is an excerpt from the program "Folkways: Face Jugs and Folk Pots" narrated by David Holt. Learn more about Burlon Craig and the firing of his kiln from this is an excerpt from the program...
Face Jugs  | Digital Traditions
Face Jugs | Digital Traditions

Video

This is an excerpt from the program "Folkways: Face Jugs and Folk Pots" narrated by David Holt. Burlon Craig (1914-2002), Craig Pottery, Vale, Lincoln County, North Carolina. Craig is an example of...