The Made in Jerome Potters
Designer & Potter
David's pottery is distinguished by its bold shapes, rich earthy glazed surfaces, and geometric designs. David graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1970. He has been making pottery at Made in Jerome Pottery since 1972
Designer & Potter
Jane likes to depict desert wildlife, plants and humorous caricatures of animals in her work. "I like to remind people of our natural environment in the era dwindling flora and fauna."

Jane attended Chicago Academy of Fine Arts with a focus on design and painting. She moved to Jerome in 1973 and began working at Made in Jerome Pottery in 1980
David and Jane work cooperatively to create this unique pottery. They dig and process local clay, mix it, and allow it to age. The pots are hand formed on foot-driven potter's wheels. When they are thoroughly dry they are then bisque fired in the kiln. Finally they are glazed, hand painted and fired again to 2250 degress fareinhight.

The final product is a durable stoneware pottery suitable for daily use. It is lead free, oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe. Your new pottery should not be exposed to sudden, extreme temperature changes. When properly cared for, your Made in Jerome pottery will be a part of your family's treasures many years to come.
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