Rookwood Pottery: Connecting Design and Heritage

My introduction to Rookwood Pottery began shortly after I moved to Cincinnati. New to the city, just a handful of friends and colleagues, I dove into the local culture to connect to my new home. On an evening out with my visiting parents and grandmother, we went to dinner and a show at Mt. Adams Playhouse in the Park. At the suggestion of a friend, we ate at a restaurant that was in the old tudor style Rookwood Pottery facility, with kilns big enough to dine in. Years later, our first home had the famed Rookwood Fireplace, I mean how cool is it to have a valuable work of art in your home? So I admit, it wasn’t fancy, but I was proud to note that the same tiles lined the Ice Cream Parlor

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