Seagrove Stoneware

Pottery Pumpkins by Alexa Modderno of Seagrove Stoneware

Location: 129 E. Main Street, Seagrove NC 27341

Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 10AM to 5PM

Contact: alexamodderno@gmail.com 336-707-9124

Shop Online at www.SeagroveStoneware.com

Special Events:

October 3rd, 9AM to 6PM | Harvest to Table

Festive Fall tableware. Get ready for the holiday season. Shop for serving pieces and bakeware to prepare your favorite harvest dishes. Set the perfect Fall table with dinnerware and centerpieces from our Fall collection. Pottery pumpkins available as well as all our new wheel turned functional and decorative gallery items.

October 10th, 9AM to 5PM | October Pottery Fest

Enjoy barbecue and local microbrew, along with wheel turning demonstrations and Fall pottery items. Featuring ceramic pumpkins and owls.

October 17th, 9AM to 5PM | Pumpkin Fest

It’s all about pumpkins. All our pottery pumpkins will be featured. Other Fall functional and decorative items also available. Refreshing apple cider from our local Millstone Creek Orchard, along with pumpkin bread and pumpkin pie, recipes included.

October 24th, 9AM to 5PM | Jack O’Lantern Glow

Enchant your Halloween with a pottery jack o’lantern. Find your favorite fun and spooky decorative jack o’lantern. Each turned on the wheel and hand carved with its own personality. Pottery pumpkin carving demonstrations and refreshments.

October 24th, 9AM to 5PM | Halloween Happy End of Season

We are starting to think about the Christmas season so many of our remaining festive Fall items will be offered at special prices.

Pottery Pumpkins by Alexa Modderno of Seagrove Stoneware
About Seagrove Stoneware

Co-Owner of Seagrove Stoneware, Alexa Modderno, turns most of her pieces on the wheel, but also does some hand building and sculptural work. She sells her work at juried art shows throughout the United States and also in her own gallery in Seagrove. Her new line of tableware is called Moddware. A modern alternative to traditional stoneware pottery. Fired in the high temperature reduction atmosphere, using custom glazes that expose the iron speckles in the clay. With a natural earthy feel on contemporary simple shapes.

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