Where form meets function

For those on that ceramics vibe, you know who you are, a small selection of collectible and sought after items. Founded in 1923, Nemadji Pottery from the Arrowhead region of Minnesota based their style around that of the Ojibway Native American tribe, originally forming their pots from clay found along the Nemadji river. Unusually, the inside of the pot, rather than the outside, is glazed, giving a raw matte finish and highlighting the incredible, colorful swirls and patterns occurring naturally once the clay hits the firing process. No two pieces are alike. Bermuda Trips recently got hold of a small selection, get involved over here.

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