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About the Handblown Glass


In addition to the pottery that I make myself, Westmoore Pottery also stocks and sells some blown glassware that is period-appropriate and goes well with my pottery.  Over the years, various glassblowers have made glass for me, though in the last ten years it has become increasingly difficult to find glassblowers working in traditional styles who are able to make glass for me.


At this point, all the blown glass that I have for sale is made by glassblowers Marc VandenBerg, Philip Yamron, and Josh Wojick of Greenfield Village at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.  Their beautiful glassware is appropriate to the 1800 - 1850 time period.  They are all experienced glassblowers with many years working with historical glassware.

 The description of each piece of handblown glassware will include who made the piece.

Blown glass should be handwashed in warm, not hot, water.  Do not pour hot liquids into handblown glass.


Westmoore Pottery

4622 Busbee Road, Seagrove, NC 27341

Telephone: (910)464-3700


Hours may vary, but usually open 9am to 5pm.

Always closed Wednesdays and Sundays.