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...
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...
Face Jugs  | Digital Traditions
Face Jugs | 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 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...
Firing His Kiln, Part 2 | Digital Traditions
Firing His Kiln, Part 2 | 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...