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Laguna Vintage Pottery

(206) 682-6162 | Website
116 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104 | Directions
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Hours: Mon-Sun:11:00 am - 3:00 pm/

Tags: american made, antiques & vintage, arts and crafts, collectibles, Dinnerware, home decor, mid century modern, vases, Pioneer Square, Retail Stores, Shopping

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About Laguna Vintage Pottery

Vintage and discontinued American dinnerware and pottery as well as large selection of contemporary Heath Ceramics.

Monday 11 am -3 pm
Tuesday through Saturday 11 am -5:30 pm
Sunday 12-4

Laguna is located in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Pioneer Square is the arts, cultural and historic center for Seattle. Laguna is housed in a late 19th century red brick building with a pressed tin ceiling and hard wood floors.

Laguna American Pottery carries one of the largest selections vintage pottery in the US. We specialize in discontinued and collectible American dinnerware and art pottery and have the largest selection of new Heath in Washington State. You will find a broad selection of 20th century decorative ceramic art pottery vases, tile top tables & gardenware planters as well as a vast assortment of collectible and replacement American made dishes and china. Laguna carries such pottery companies as Homer Laughlin (Fiesta), Franciscan, Vernon Kilns, Heath, Roseville, Rookwood, Bauer and Weller as well as industrial designers Russel Wright, Eva Zeisel, Edith Heath and Ben Seibel. In addition, various studio ceramic art pieces are for sale when available: Louis Mideke, Robert Sperry, Marguerite Wildenhain & Harrison MacIntosh to name a few. Contact us to sell or consign your collection.

Laguna's inventory consists of vintage, discontinued and studio American made pottery. Laguna has discontinued and second hand Heath dinnerware.

Collector and owner Michael Lindsey scours the nation for the finest examples of American pottery available. He has been a curator for local exhibitions including Collectible Clay: 20th Century American Ceramics and Made Right in America: Russel Wright Industrial Designer and has lectured for the Seattle Art Museum, Historic Seattle and National Antique Appraisers Associations. He has appeared on local and national radio and TV and provided assistance and information to many publications and books about American pottery.
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