Tater Knob Pottery & Farm 

About Us

The purity and beauty of utilitarian, functional pottery drives Sarah Culbreth and Jeff Enge to create with clay. They share their creative lives with their son David Enge, who has recently joined the business, on their 30 acre Tater Knob Farm near Berea, Kentucky.

Experienced potters and graduates of Berea College’s Ceramic Apprenticeship Program, Sarah and Jeff draw inspiration from the peaceful setting and natural beauty of their wooded acres on Wolf Gap Road – the results earn them national recognition.

Tater Knob pottery is wheel-thrown from red clay and kiln-fired to 2185 degrees F, making each piece lead free, usable for serving foods, and safe for use in the oven, dishwasher, and microwave.

Tater Knob Pottery produces 25 standard items, including place settings, pitchers, vases, lamps, bells, and their famed “Spoonbread Baker,” designed to bake and serve the popular spoonbread, a well-known specialty made at the Boone Tavern Hotel in Berea.

As hand crafted objects, each piece from Tater Knob is unique. Every pot has its own special character, as well as that of its maker, and as such will not be exactly like those pictured.

All the work is produced to exacting standards and should last for many years. Pottery is fragile, and should be handled with respect and care, but should any Tater Knob piece ever break due to a workmanship flaw, replacement is free.




Open Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.map-icon-plus-text