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The Fine Profile Of Sand Mountain Pottery

A fermentation jar and decorated jug.
A fermentation jar and decorated jug.

Starting Friday, the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts here in Chattanooga holds its annual Antiques Show and Sale at Stratton Hall.

The three-day, socially-distanced fundraiser will feature an appraisal fair - and a presentation by Danny Maltbie, a collector of sand mountain pottery in Albertville, Alabama.


Amy Autenreith is the executive director of the Houston Museum.

I asked Danny about sand mountain pottery - and how he became a collector.

For more information about Danny Maltbie and his work, visit his website here.

For more information about the Houston Museum show this weekend, visit here.


Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, weekdays at 3 PM ET on WUTC.
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