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Business Listing   Color Me Mine Of Wellington - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 784-1451


Business Listing   Craft Gallery - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 585-7744


Business Listing   Eves Gallery & Garden Art - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 838-9040


Business Listing   Palmieri's Nursery-Awards Winner - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 683-9001


Business Listing   People's Pottery - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 422-0922


Business Listing   Quality Pottery & Stone - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 848-1038


Business Listing   The Fort Ceramics - West Palm Beach, FL - Phone: (561) 791-9633


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Helpful Definition for: Pottery

Pottery is the art of shaping wet clays and then heating them under fire thus transforming them chemically to hardened clays. Pottery is done by potters in West Palm Beach to make wonderful pieces which are either functional objects or are decorative pieces. The decorative pieces are designed and decorated with colorful glazes, which not only increase the beauty of pottery, but also act as protective coats.

 The shape to these pieces of pottery is given by the potters either by their hands or some medium like coil pot, pinch pot, etc. There are different glazing techniques which are used by these potters in West Palm Beach to coat an object of pottery with protective glazes. Pottery is one of the oldest art forms.

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