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Jobi Pottery

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Susan Kurtzman is passionate about her pottery! She’s the owner of Jobi Pottery, a cottage industry in Truro that has been operating now for 66 years, the last 16 of which Susan has been at the helm. The pottery was first designed and created by two men, Joe and Bill, hence the name “Jobi,” and Susan learned from none other than Joe himself. She is definitely continuing the tradition, and her excitement and fresh approach are invigorating, interesting, and dynamic.

You can find the old designs, and even a line of vintage Jobi Pottery, but there is so much more in her happy, bright, colorful shop. Local artists’ work grace the walls, there are table runners, jewelry, cards, local honey, locally made furniture, bread boards, oyster clamps, lamps, Ts, and sweats, just to name a few of the items. Be sure to check out the new line, “Retro” by SLK, which is different from the traditional Jobi, but with the same jazzy, colorful, fun feel!

Jobi Pottery
314 Rt. 6 Unit 3,


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