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Vintage Hot Spots: Laguna Vintage Pottery Seattle

It's Malia and I'm here today with some photos from Laguna Vintage Pottery in Seattle.  I got to visit with owner Michael Lindsey and learn what's hot right now in the world of American Vintage Pottery.
Laguna is one of the largest vintage pottery stores in the United States. Walking into the shop, you are dazzled by all the colors and shapes.


Homer Laughlin Fiesta





And amazed at how modern looking so many of the pieces are...




Eva Zeisel

There's so much to see...

Pottery Collage

And here are some of the items to keep an eye out for.  They're beautiful and valuable!
Sought After Pieces

Franciscan Fine China

Plaid Pottery

Vernon Kilns

Franciscan Starburst

Franciscan Starburst

The store stocks almost all vintage pieces with the exception of a few items like these beautiful bud vases from Heath Ceramics. 

Heath Bud Vases

Thanks Michael Lindsey!  You can visit Laguna Vintage Pottery Online at or stop by the store in Seattle:
Laguna Pottery
116 S. Washington St.
Seattle, WA 98014
Michael is generously offering Vintage Indie Readers a 10% off discount
online (use code vintageindie) or in store if you mention the Vintage Indie.

Up next... an interview with American Vintage Pottery Expert,  Michael Lindsey, with his tips on collecting and taking care of your vintage pottery pieces.



Thanks so much for posting this! I'm new to the Seattle area and I'm always looking for great vintage stores! I will definitely be checking this out!

Mitzi Curi

Wow, what a gorgeous selection of mid-century pottery. It totally fits in with modern design! I'm sure examples of these designs pop up at garage sales from time to time. Keep those eyes open, folks!

Bunk Bed

I have a ton of Desert Rose. I didn't realize there was a demand for them. I'm attached to them for sentimental reasons. They are in the corner cupboard but I haven't been able to use them yet since my mother passed away. They were our good dishes when I was growing up and I have fond memories of my mother using them for special occasions. Hopefully, some day I will be able to get them out and use them.


I could just die. I had several pieces of the Starburst that I bought at a thrift store for .25 a cup set. My husband told me he hated them and when we were moving, we left them behind. I always KNEW I had a taste for things... :(

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