Jobi Pottery & Gallery, "Light House Iced Tea Pitcher"
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $130 USD
- Opening Bid
- $50 USD
Size: 8.5" tall
Jobi Pottery began in 1953 in a small summer shack near the Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse. Joe Colliano and Bill Hastings (Jo-bi) became known for their collectible Cape Cod designs which were continued by the Locke family until the pottery closed in 2002. Jobi Pottery was reopened in 2003 by owner-designer Susan Kurtzman who continues the tradition of hand-making and hand-painting slip cast Jobi designs in her Truro studio with the help of Steven Locke, Robert Callahan,Ed Christie and Eli Kurtzman. This year Jobi Pottery celebrates 65 years in Truro!
After the online close, this item will be going to a Live Event for further bidding.
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