In 2016 I promised a good friend that I would make a dress and dance at the next veterans pow-wow. He has since passed away. I have been working on these items for the past couple of months. I will dance in honor of my friend and all the veterans who served our country.
From time to time I sell duplicates of Nemadji Pottery at an antique shop in Moose Lake, Minnesota. I would like to know if there is any interest to purchase pieces on this blog? Payment would be via Paypal. If there is any interest please message me. I would be willing to post photos and prices of one or two pots to test the market.
Recently I stopped in to Lakeside Traders in Moose Lake, Minnesota. (Full disclosure, I sell the duplicates from my collection there.) I love to check out the items offered by other sellers. Normally I do not buy new items for my collection, but one piece caught my eye. It was an unmarked Nemadji birdhouse and it was priced at $2.00. How could I say no to that?
This is why I was first drawn to Nemadji pottery. Over the years the prices have climbed, but you can still find a gem at bargain basement prices if you are willing to keep your eyes open and know what to look for.
Garage sale season is nearly here. Study up on what you collect and enjoy the hunt!
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Greetings, I am wondering if there is any interest to purchase Nemadji Pottery via this blog. At present I am selling my duplicates at Lakeside Traders in Moose Lake, MN. They are selling well…but wanted to see if anyone outside our area would be interest. Please offer comments. Thank you.
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Tagged art pottery, art work, Carlton County, cold painting process, Eric Hellman, Garden of the Gods pottery, Larson Clayworks, Minnesota Pottery, Moose Lake Minnesota, Nemadji Pottery, Nemadji River
I love my little Garden of the Gods pots by Eric Hellman. There are also a couple of small pieces of Nemadji. They display nicely.
This is a segment of a new archway that was assembled in Moose Lake, Minnesota this summer by Larson Clayworks . I especially love this piece of the archway as it honors the history of Nemadji pottery and tile in Moose Lake. If you visit the city, the artwork is located next to the library. I would love to see your selfie next to this!