Farmhouse Pottery was founded in 2008 in Woodstock, VT, by New England natives, husband and wife team James and Zoe Zilian. It all started when James created the Windrow Berry Bowl at Zoe's request for their daughters to hold while they picked berries from the garden – and the rest is history.
They grew their portfolio and began selling at local markets around Vermont, making everything out of a studio in their basement. Zoe brought her photography and marketing prowess, while James channeled his love and experience in ceramics and design direction.
After outgrowing their basement studio, the business spread all over the house until they found a new home for Farmhouse in a former Bible bindery! They set up their studio, retail space, and workshop, all under one roof, where they've been ever since. Farmhouse refers to themselves as old-world potters in the modern-day, focusing on supporting artists and not machinery. They create their wheel-thrown pieces intending to make designs of heirloom quality that will be durable for generations.
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