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A lump of clay – from Seagrove perhaps, or the Catawba region – fashioned by a Carolina artist with generations of earth in the blood. Techniques differ, from the Penland clay influences to the popular face jugs.  Finished with glaze, or distinctive markings, collectors prize them all, from bowls to freeform. Find them in the studios of their creators, or in galleries and museums across the region.