Potter Cynthia Aldrich shapes the lip of a still-wet stoneware bowl on her potting wheel in her home studio. Aldrich, a professional potter for 27 years in the Durham area, is heading up the first annual Durham County Pottery Tour over two days, this  featuring 18 Durham area professional potters offering clay jewelry, dishes, sculpture and garden pieces.
Potter Cynthia Aldrich shapes the lip of a still-wet stoneware bowl on her potting wheel in her home studio. Aldrich, a professional potter for 27 years in the Durham area, is heading up the first annual Durham County Pottery Tour over two days, this featuring 18 Durham area professional potters offering clay jewelry, dishes, sculpture and garden pieces. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Potter Cynthia Aldrich shapes the lip of a still-wet stoneware bowl on her potting wheel in her home studio. Aldrich, a professional potter for 27 years in the Durham area, is heading up the first annual Durham County Pottery Tour over two days, this featuring 18 Durham area professional potters offering clay jewelry, dishes, sculpture and garden pieces. hlynch@newsobserver.com

Durham potters to open studios for first tour

November 11, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 03, 2014 07:33 PM

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