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The Pewabic Pottery is Michigan State?s only National Historic Landmark pottery. It was founded in 1903 by Mary Chase Perry Stratton and Horace James Caulkins and best known for their iridescent glazes that now grace structures like the Shedd Aquarium in Illinois and the Herald Square in New York. Some of their works are also on display at the Louvre.

Pewabic Pottery?s 1907 Tudor Revival building is located in Detroit, Michigan. It still functions as an educational center, studio, and museum that is continuously telling people of the ceramic arts. They still produce their original Pewabic tile, which is mostly used for architecture, as most of their other products.

Anyone who?s interested in pottery and the Arts and Crafts movement in America should definitely give this place a look.
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