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Lanier Meaders Big Head Face Jug, one of six face jugs by the late Georgia folk potter in the sale lineup, estimated at $800-$1,200

Slotin’s Folk Pottery Extravaganza expands to second day, Feb. 11-12

Lanier Meaders Big Head Face Jug, one of six face jugs by the late Georgia folk potter in the sale lineup, estimated at $800-$1,200

Lanier Meaders Big Head Face Jug, one of six face jugs by the late Georgia folk potter in the sale lineup, estimated at $800-$1,200

BUFORD, Ga. Slotin Folk Art Auction’s first stand-alone pottery sale in 2020 was a trial balloon to determine if collectors would respond, and they most assuredly did. Now, with its fourth edition taking place February 11-12, this dedicated auction is expanding in more ways than one. Slotin’s single-day Pottery Extravaganza is bigger for 2023 and is joined by a second-day sale dedicated to Native American art, quilts and Americana. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Folk art and self-taught greats star at Slotin, April 23-24

 

Minnie Evans, ‘Queen of Garden with Flanking Angels,’ est. $10,000-$15,000

Minnie Evans, ‘Queen of Garden with Flanking Angels,’ est. $10,000-$15,000

BUFORD, Ga. – Slotin Folk Art will hold its next Self-Taught Art Masterpieces sale on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Almost 60 works by famed Meaders clan lead Slotin’s Feb. 12 auction

Left: Lanier Meaders circa-1960s Rock Tooth Politician jug, est. $3,000-$5,000; Right: Edwin Meaders 1998 rooster decorated with green drips on a cobalt blue-painted form, est. $800-$1,200

Left: Lanier Meaders circa-1960s Rock Tooth Politician jug, est. $3,000-$5,000; Right: Edwin Meaders 1998 rooster decorated with green drips on a cobalt blue-painted form, est. $800-$1,200

BUFORD, GA. – Slotin Folk Art Auction will hold its third stand-alone pottery sale on Saturday, February 12. The 371 lots range from traditional tobacco-spit-glazed pots by extended families of makers such as the Meaders and Hewells, who handed down the craft tradition through multiple generations, to works by emerging and established studio potters. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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