We’re Located In Toccoa, Georgia (Northeast Georgia Mountains)
Jared began the process of building a modified Japanese style manabigama dual chamber wood kiln in the spring of 2010. This process has truly been a labor of love and will soon mark a turning point for Lifefire Pottery. The kiln has been part of Jared’s dream since his early days of pottery making.
Corporate Clients find that working with Lifefire Pottery is a great way to build a collection of locally sourced, hand made gift or promotional items. Set yourself apart from your competition and give your clients, customers, and staff a piece that they will use for a lifetime.
LATEST NEWS FROM LIFEFIRE POTTERY
Fall has arrived and we are excited that the Toccoa Harvest Festival is mere days away! We welcome our neighbors from North Carolina on Sunday as they arrive on the North Carolina Autumn Excursion via train to our beautiful community. The leaves are shining brightly...read more
Life has been quite busy at lifefire pottery during 2012 and we’re excited to add some new venues for our work. Jared received 3rd place in the recent Currahee Artists Guild Spring Show and was also featured in a regional exhibition at The Bascom, in Highlands,...read more
At Lifefire Pottery, Jared Kaup offers step-by-step instruction in the art of wheel-throwing. One-on-one instruction is the method. A student will throw on the wheel during the first half hour of the very first lesson As with any art, practice is the key to...read more
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