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Explore a shop filled with mugs, soup crocks, dinnerware, chip and dip dishes, trinket trays, casseroles, berry bowls, planters, coasters and more...all things functional. The pottery is inspired by Phil Garnett the former owner of Garnett Pottery, who Julie studied under over the past year and a half in preparation to take over the pottery business. That coupled with Julie's 12 year experience in ceramics equals one of a kind creations.
A mother and daughter duo are the faces behind Jakpot Ceramics. Julie A. Kizeik is the potter who makes the pieces by hand in her studio located in Washington Boro, PA with each piece being signed with her initials, putting the JAK in Jakpot Ceramics. Kathleen Kizeik, her mother, will be the face of the shop at Kitchen Kettle Village.
The style of pottery is grounded in large batch production and does not require a lot of fancy tools, most pots are simply hand thrown on the potter's wheel. This enhances the mark of the potter's hand with evident "throwing lines" and adds individuality to every pot. Every piece is one of a kind! Julie is inspired by the primitive functionality and artistic nature of pottery. She finds joy in making art that serves a purpose in people's daily lives.
Come visit the newest addition to the Village and find great gifts for yourself and the ones you love.
3529 Old Philadelphia Pike
Intercourse, PA 17534
March-April: Fridays and Saturdays 9am-5pm;
May-October: M-F 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-6pm;
Nov-Dec: M-F 11am-3pm; Sat 9am-6pm
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KITCHEN KETTLE VILLAGE 3529 OLD PHILADELPHIA PIKE INTERCOURSE, PA 17534 800.732.3538