America's Finest Art Pottery and Tile Show!
Gamble House, Pasadena, CA
While in Pasadena don't miss out on the sights and sounds of it's Old Towne district
The popularity and success of  
The Los Angeles Pottery Show is due in part to
our great location.  The Pasadena Center is located in the center of this historical
yet vibrant and modern community.   A visit to Pasadena is not complete without a
stop at the world famous
Gamble House.  This icon of the arts and crafts movement
is the best preserved example of the work of craftsman architects, Greene and
Greene.  Built in 1908 it is located in the heart of Pasadena's arts and crafts district
and was built for David and Mary Gamble of Procter and Gamble fame.

The Pasadena Center is located within walking distance of
Old Pasadena, a 22 block
neighborhood of over 80 restaurants and 120 shops and boutiques.   This upscale
shopping and entertainment district has become a mecca for those seeking the
very best.

There's no shortage of fabulous restaurants and hotels in this city that feels like a
village.  For more information visit the official website of the
Pasadena Convention
and Visitors Bureau
Don't be disappointed!  Make extra sure you are
on our mailing list.  Send us your full name,
address, zip code & e-mail address and you will
receive a discount admission coupon that admits
two for the next show on January 26-27, 2013 at
The Pasadena Convention Center.  In addition we
will keep you informed on other related pottery
events.  Contact the show producers Ken
Stalcup or Dennis Warden at 760-564-9866 or

LApotteryshow@aol.com
Website last updated April 5, 2012
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The Los Angeles Pottery
Show
The 15th Annual
Los Angeles Pottery Show

From  Bauer to Catalina  to Roseville to Rookwood
The Los Angeles Pottery Show
has it all!
We invite you to join over 100 exceptional vintage art pottery and tile
dealers plus selected contemporary potteries on January 26-27,
2013 as they bring their finest examples for sale to the 22,000 square
foot newly expanded Conference Building at The Pasadena
Convention Center.  Verbal appraisals by noted pottery authorities
and auctioneers David Rago & Suzanne Perrault from RagoArts plus
book signings are just a few of the show's highlights.   
January 26-27, 2013
at
THE PASADENA CONVENTION
CENTER
300 East Green Street, Pasadena,
CA
Hours: 10-6 Saturday and 10-4 on
Sunday
(no admission 1/2 hour prior to closing)
Tickets: $12.00 at door or
CLICK HERE FOR DISCOUNT
ADMISSION
Presenting 22,000 square feet of collectible art pottery and tile from
yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Exciting things are always happening
on the floor of
The Los Angeles Pottery Show.
APPRAISALS OFFERED AT 2013 SHOW

Once again, noted auctioneers David Rago and Suzanne Perrault
from
Ragoarts will be conducting verbal appraisals on both days of
the show during show hours.  The appraisals are $5.00 per item
and all proceeds will go to the
American Museum of Ceramic Art
located in Pomona, CA.  
David Rago and Suzanne Perrault are occasional appraisers on
the popular PBS series, The Antiques Roadshow

Show hours are:
Saturday January 26: 10-6
Sunday January 27: 10-4
David Rago and Suzanne Perrault
of
 Ragoarts
The Gamble House, Pasadena, CA
JOIN OUR SHOW!

We are always looking for qualified exhibitors to
sell at our show.  At this time, We are now taking
applications from qualified art pottery and tile
dealers for the 2013 show.  Dates are January
26-27, 2013.  As always, it is always first come,
first served.
For more information you can contact Ken
Stalcup or Dennis Warden at 760-564-9866 or
e-mail us at
LApotteryshow@aol.com
FINE PUEBLO POTTERY
Presented by Tony Gonis, Making His 2nd Appearance
at The 14th Annual Los Angeles Pottery Show
January 26-27, 2013


For several years, show attendees have been
asking when we will bring Pueblo Pottery into the
show....The time has come and Tony will be
returning in 2013 for the 14th Annual Los Angeles
Pottery Show. For a thousand years, the desert in
the Southwestern United States has been
inhabited with peoples of incredible survival and
artistic skills.  One of the most striking
expressions of artistic talent is the production of
pottery.  Originally used for home and religious
purposes, the pottery vessels of the Southwest
have evolved into the highest form of craft, many
rivaling fine art.  Today the vessels retain the
power endowed to them through their sacred use
so long ago.  We are very pleased to have Tony
join us again in 2013.  He will also bring to the
show a varied collection of Mata Ortiz pottery from
Mexico.  You will find him in space #54.  You can
also check out his extensive website at
Fine Pueblo Pottery.
It's more than evident from these beautiful
pieces that Tony has an eye for quality and  
beauty, be sure to see his space #54 at the next
show, January 26-27, 2013
"COMMON GROUND : CERAMICS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
1945-1975"
This new and informative book is now available through
AMOCA  THE
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF CERAMIC ARTS.  Seven contributing authors
(including one of our own exhibitors!) have made this a MUST HAVE
reference book for all collectors of California pottery .