The Club's logo above was designed by Phil Grady and Thelma Garland.
  Click the above link to be
redirected to a page that gives the benefits of membership at the bottom of the new page.
Click the above link to be redirected to our NEWS page which features upcoming important dates for our Club.
Click the above link to be
redirected to a page with several photographs of Club members' pottery.
Collectors Paul & Amy Tipton have started a group on Facebook called "Cash Family Pottery". It is a way to network with other collectors and share new finds. If you are new to Facebook, a link appears at the top left of the page helping you to sign in the first time. It is free and fun. Come check us out there!
Click the link above to see a highlighted piece of Cash Family Pottery. This piece has just recently been discovered by members.
Welcome to the newly created website about the
This site the official website of the CASH FAMILY POTTERY COLLECTORS CLUB. We have endeavored to provide the collector with as much information as possible about the pottery, our club, future events and how to join the club. The price of membership is minimal compared to the benefits. 
Pauline Cash unloading a kiln in the 1970's. She was
called the "PITCHER WOMAN" by many of her
customers. Notice how many she had in her hand at one time!

Blue Ridge SPI and Cash Family Pottery artist Thelma Garland shown holding a beautiful "Thelma Stein". This shape was named after Thelma.  She worked at the Cash Family Pottery for 27 years. She is devoted to her church and her community. The cross that she wears was a gift to her from the Cash Family Pottery Club. She continued to paint pottery for Gary Smith of the new Erwin Pottery until her death.
She is sorely missed.

Blue Ridge SPI artist and Cash Family Pottery artist Mildred Edwards. Mildred was one of the best artists to have worked in the Erwin, Tennessee area. She always had a joke and cute chuckle that kept everyone around her in stitches! Her humor carried over into her artwork, especially the folk art that she created. She is now painting for the Lord. Her presence is sorely missed.