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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S LARGEST POTTERY SHOW

Fine collectible art pottery, dinnerware, and tile from yesterday, today, and tomorrow for sale featuring over 90 exhibitors. Come see us for appraisals, exhibits, and book signings!

A NEW JOURNEY

The Los Angeles Pottery Show began when producers Ken Stalcup and Dennis Warden solidified their passion for art pottery into an annual show to promote collecting art pottery ranging from contemporary to vintage to antiques in 1999. After the duo made the difficult decision to retire from running LAPS, current owner Kyle M. Shiroma made the big decision to revive the show. Building on the solid foundation laid by Ken and Dennis, Kyle continues their legacy for the next generation of pottery enthusiasts.
LAPS Remembers Ken Stalcup

LAPS Remembers Ken Stalcup

California Pottery & Tile

Watts Towers

Watts Towers

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Bauer Pottery Factory

Bauer Pottery Factory

Bauer Pottery, California Pottery & Tile, California Pottery Tour

Catalina Island Pottery

Catalina Island Pottery

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The Los Angeles Pottery Show

Modern ceramics and vintage art pottery

A don’t miss event for attendees, ceramic artists, and dealers! Network with fellow collectors, artists and pottery experts, find some rare treasures and make new friends!

THE LATEST FROM OUR BLOG

Check out our recent pottery posts

Jan 20th 2017
  Ken Stalcup, co-founder of The Los Angeles Pottery Show quietly passed away on January 13th, 2017 after a battle with cancer.  Those who know
By Rachel Alt-Simmons
Jun 21st 2016
Watts Towers Over a 34-year period between 1921 and 1955, an Italian immigrant by the name of Sabato (also known as Sam or Simon) Rodia (also spelled
By Rachel Alt-Simmons
Jun 12th 2016
Bauer Pottery Factory Bauer Pottery was founded by John Andrew (J.A.) Bauer in the late 1800s in Paducah, Kentucky. Seeing opportunity in California,
By Rachel Alt-Simmons
Jun 8th 2016
Catalina Island Pottery & Tile The history of tile and pottery manufacturing on Santa Catalina Island begins with the discovery of clay and minera
By Rachel Alt-Simmons