East Fork Pottery is nestled at the end of a valley on an old tobacco field, between steep green mountains, thirty minutes northwest of Asheville, North Carolina. Founded in 2010 by Alexander and Connie Matisse, the workshop is now home to potter John Vigeland and a growing team of apprentices and staff.

We make a line of contemporary dinnerware distilled to its essential elements: form and function. It is durable and timeless, resistant to fashion and trends.

East Fork’s Newest Glaze Should Be Your First Fall Purchase
For the first time since 2017, the earthy Harvest Moon hue is back—just in time for autumnal table settings.
Back by Popular Demand, East Fork Pottery’s Taro Glaze Is Here to Welcome Spring
From now until July 25, the company’s coveted dinnerware is available in an enchanting purple hue.
East Fork Releases a New, Lapis Hue in Tandem With an Auction for LGBTQ+ Equality
Available for preorder on July 2, this bold new color is all mood, all the time.