Seagrove, NC - Seagrove’s Bulldog Pottery artists, Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke, love glazes. And they have a keen eye and a delicate touch when they create their work. With their glazes and forms they make their functional pottery into an art to be used for everyday living.

Bulldog Pottery’s Holiday Sale is set to take place Saturday, December 14, 2013, at their pottery in Seagrove. Come out to meet these two Seagrove potters and enjoy their company while checking out their newest pots along with some sips and light bites for this special holiday event.

Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke are studio potters who have made pottery their life-long work. They make ‘that plate’ not just any plate, but an expression of design and beauty when they transform their imaginative ideas into clay. Pottery is a decorative art form at a reasonable price, and it is art that you can share through use.  

Bulldog Pottery can be easily reached 5 miles south of the traffic light in Seagrove, at 3306 US Hwy 220 Alt., look for the distinctive blue water tower beside the driveway leading to their studio. This husband and wife team celebrates the rich history and vitality of the Seagrove community’s clay artists. Seagrove, North Carolina is synonymous with ceramics--where a unique group of over 100 potters and over 65 open pottery shops are located in a 15 mile area, which makes it “the” destination for serious pottery shopping.  Visit Bulldog Pottery throughout the year and for their special events -- pick up a pottery map and continue the pottery adventure. For more information call 336-302-3469 or 910-428-9728 or visit or contact  -- Their studio/shop is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 5 pm. For Sunday and Monday call ahead or by chance – they are usually in their studio.