Tater Knob Pottery & Farm 

Jeff Enge

Being an artist most of my life has given me the opportunity to serve my community with handmade items that they can live with and use every day. I was fortunate to attend Berea College and become a studio artist in Berea, Kentucky.  

 

Sarah Culbreth and I have been working together in business and life for almost 30 years. Now our son David Jordan is becoming an integral part of our business, and we plan to keep on making pottery that people enjoy using and living with in their everyday lives.

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