Scottish Sea Pottery
Learn about where Nicole Lind lives and the kinds of things you can expect to find on her beaches in Scotland. She will share common and rare sea pottery finds in her collection. You'll learn about the history, production, different types of pottery, where pottery was made, and why you might find Scottish pottery on your beach at the other end of the world.
This video was part of the 2020 Virtual Beachcombing Festival.
Nicole Lind loves collecting sea glass and beach treasures from the Scottish coast. She is passionate about learning about the history of sea pottery and her finds from a beach beyond a 13th-century castle ruin in the Kingdom of Fife. Nicole is the founder of TiliabytheSea sea glass jewelry, a trained architect, and an interior designer. Website | Facebook | Instagram | Articles
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