In the Asheville area pottery scene for over 30 years

Ceramic Furniture

Rob Mangum began making pottery furniture when he and Beth started their studio in Raliegh, NC in 1989. Rob has a wood shop in the back of their Weaverville pottery studio, near Asheville, NC. In the late '70s and early '80s, Rob's father, Rob Sr., had a woodshop adjacent to Bet's pottery studio. Rob Jr. grew up with access to both the wood shop and the pottery shop in the Sparta, NC studio, and also the educational studios when the family went down to study at the John Campbell Folk School.

These are some of Rob's Ceramic and Mixed Media Tables and other furniture

 Queen Ann-imal Table

Queen Ann-imal Table (stoneware)

 

Coffee Table

Multi-glazed Coffee Table with cherry

 

 

 

 Stoneware Grandfather Clock with live edge walnut and ebony

 

Bench with walnut branch legs, Chautauqua glaze

 

Cross-vault table in Chautauqua glaze. Rob's first ceramic furniture design, and still one of our most popular.

 

Memphis style Sqiggle-legged table

 

Three tile console table with ceramic drawer, live edge walnut legs

 

Chain drive Grandfather clocks with ceramic weights, live edge walnut (L), Live edge sourwood (R)

 

Banjo clock, stoneware, walnut, quartz movement

 

Keyhole clock with walnut pendulum

 

Victorian Console Table with walnut legs

 

Handmade grandfather clock

Handcrafted Ceramic Grandfather clock

Grandfather Clock, stoneware face, bob, capital and base, walnut body, ebony hands, spring-driven movement with Bim-Bam chime

 

Queen Ann-imal pendulum clock with walnut and curly maple

 

Equilateral Triangle Table in Black and Teal glaze

 

Drawer detail from a Three-tiled console table

 

  

Memphis-style Squiggle-legged Grandfather clock, weight driven movement. Balanced Asymetry Grandfather clock, spring driven movement

 

Victorian Console Table with whiskey-jug glaze and walnut legs

 

Demi-lune Console Table, Green matte, walnut

 

Bench with walnut branch legs

 

Right Triangle Tables in Black and Teal glaze

 

Shield clock in Chautauqua glaze with quartz movement

 

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