America's Finest Art Pottery and Tile Show!
Gamble House, Pasadena, CA
While in Pasadena don't miss out on the sights and sounds of it's Old Towne district
The popularity and success of  
The Los Angeles Pottery Show is due in part to
our great location.  The Pasadena Center is located in the center of this historical
yet vibrant and modern community.   A visit to Pasadena is not complete without a
stop at the world famous
Gamble House.  This icon of the arts and crafts movement
is the best preserved example of the work of craftsman architects, Greene and
Greene.  Built in 1908 it is located in the heart of Pasadena's arts and crafts district
and was built for David and Mary Gamble of Procter and Gamble fame.

The Pasadena Center is located within walking distance of
Old Pasadena, a 22 block
neighborhood of over 80 restaurants and 120 shops and boutiques.   This upscale
shopping and entertainment district has become a mecca for those seeking the
very best.

There's no shortage of fabulous restaurants and hotels in this city that feels like a
village.  For more information visit the official website of the
Pasadena Convention
and Visitors Bureau
Don't be disappointed!  Make extra sure you are
on our mailing list.  Send us your full name,
address, zip code & e-mail address and you will
receive a discount admission coupon that admits
two for the next show on February 7-8, 2015 at
The Pasadena Convention Center.  In addition we
will keep you informed on other related pottery
events.  Contact the show producers Ken
Stalcup or Dennis Warden at 760-564-9866 or
Website Last Updated January 18,  2015
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The Los Angeles Pottery
The 16th Annual
Los Angeles Pottery Show

From  Bauer to Catalina  to Roseville to Rookwood
The Los Angeles Pottery Show
has it all!
We invite you to join over 100 exceptional vintage art pottery and tile
dealers plus selected contemporary potteries on February 7-8, 2015
as they bring their finest examples for sale to the 22,000 square foot
newly expanded Conference Building at The Pasadena Convention
Center.  Verbal appraisals by noted pottery authorities and
auctioneers David Rago & Suzanne Perrault from RagoArts plus book
signings are just a few of the show's highlights.   
February 7-8, 2015
300 East Green Street, Pasadena,
Hours: 10-6 Saturday and 10-4 on
(no admission 1/2 hour prior to closing)
Tickets: $12.00 at door or
Presenting 22,000 square feet of collectible art pottery and tile from
yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Exciting things are always happening
on the floor of
The Los Angeles Pottery Show.

Once again, noted auctioneers David Rago and Suzanne Perrault
Ragoarts will be conducting verbal appraisals on both days of
the show during show hours.  The appraisals are $5.00 per item
and all proceeds will go to the
American Museum of Ceramic Art
located in Pomona, CA.  
David Rago and Suzanne Perrault are occasional appraisers on
the popular PBS series, The Antiques Roadshow

Show hours are:
Saturday February 7: 10-6
Sunday February 8: 10-4
David Rago and Suzanne Perrault
The Gamble House, Pasadena, CA

We are only weeks away from the pottery show
and sale of the year!  Due to last minute
cancellations, there are a few choice spaces
available but not for long however. There are only
so many spaces in the building and they are
selling.  If you think you want to sell at The Los
Angeles Pottery Show, let us know!  We'll be happy
to send you all of the paperwork including the floor
plan with available booths.   When the doors of the
Pasadena Convention Center open at 10:00 a.m.
February 7, you'll see the best of the best, the
cream of the crop!  We'll be presenting artisans
and  dealers, contemporary and  vintage at the
16th annual show.  Dates are February 7-8, 2015.  
For more information e-mail us at
Presenting the latest work from noted potters
James and Linda Haggerty pictured in their studio in
Santa Barbara, CA.  The Haggertys have been
exhibiting at The Los Angeles Pottery Show for
several years and they of course would not miss the
next show, February 7-8, 2015 at The Pasadena
Convention Center.  Their distinctive style is known
to collectors all over the U.S. and we look forward to
having them in their usual space # 68 at the next
Noted California antiques dealer and
entrepreneur Eric Berg show here in his
space at the 2013 Los Angeles Pottery
Show.  Eric specialty is early California
artifacts and has attended nearly every
one of our shows.  In addition he is
always "on the go" travelling the West in
search of exciting pieces to fill his
antique emporium on Melrose Avenue in
Los Angeles, aptly named


With a great eye for the very best and the
most unusual pieces, he has made a
success of doing what he enjoys
most....California antiques!