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Our busy season has started and we are so looking forward to seeing many old customers and hopefully many new ones.  Check out our schedule to see where we will be showing our pottery.

As Paris Fashion Week is now fully underway, more replica breitling trends are starting to emerge, and perhaps the most noticeable one so far is boots but not just your typical solid suede boots, or even down-to-earth cowboy boots. For Spring, replica watches designers are stretching the limit of what a boot can look like and the statements they make. Dior goes mesh with their boots to add a bit of DIY flair, while both the French house and Dries Van Noten experiment with omega replica shiny metallics and give off a space-age ambience with their pairs. Meanwhile, Saint Laurent goes full-throttle glam and virtually applies entire feather boas in bold shades to their boots. Subtle? No. Fabulous? Absolutely. Take a replica rolex watches peek at all the boots to come next season, and make sure to throw out those old plain boots when you do spring cleaning.

I saw a sign in a booth recently at a show "Let's play store, you be the customer!"  How very appropriate!

IMPORTANT:  Sandi found out that, for some reason, mail sent to us via the e-mail form on the web site were picked up by our e-mail server as span.  Because of that we have deleted the form from the web site and ask that if you wish to contact us to use prairiepotter@cox.net or psnichols@cox.net.  That way we are sure that we are receiving all our mail.

Our two major new items- Shaving Bowls for the man who wants to use the soap cakes to make his own lather.  Our Yarn Bowls for those who knit and/or crochet and Egg Cookers, are selling well.  I'll get pictures of these up soon on the Functional page.

 Please check out our schedule.  We always look forward to seeing you.

We are very proud to announce that our pottery will be carried in the Mercantile Store at the historical village at the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer in Grand Island, Nebraska.  Stop in and say "Hello" to Susan and see how nicely our reproduction pottery fits in her store.