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December 11, 2012
Use Planned Giving to Leave a Legacy with OHS
Hand Crafted Pottery at Museum Store
Oklahoma History Center
Oklahoma City, OK
The Oklahoma History Center Museum Store is happy to be your source for
unique, Oklahoma-related gift items. Our most recent addition is hand-crafted
pottery created by Oklahomans Bob and Jan Garrett.
Mr. Garrett does
throwing, while Mrs.
Garrett works mainly
on the pottery wheel.
They both work
together on the
glazing and firing
processes for the
pottery. Mr. and Mrs.
Garrett are enjoying
creating art designed
for use, and traveling
across the state to
showcase their work.
The Garrett's pottery is handmade porcelain and stoneware, and is food and
dishwasher safe. These versatile pieces are functional and decorative. We are
pleased to offer a selection of their bowls, platters, vases, and trays.
1/12, Oklahoma @ the
Movies Gallery Walk-and-
Talk, 11am, 3pm
12/21, winter solstice
walks, 11am, (918)962-
Gateway to OK History
Museum & Research