David Eldreth received his BFA degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1967 with a focus in painting. He took ceramics classes at West Chester University to earn his Master’s, and at that time he discovered a new passion for pottery.
Since that time he founded and established Eldreth Pottery in Oxford, Pennsylvania. Today, he along with more 30 talented artists create each beautiful piece that is true to its early American heritage.
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Early American Homes
For Sale in Pennsylvania
History abounds at Brookside Farm, set on 3.8 acres that encompass a 4-bedroom Georgian-style main house, log cabin, summer kitchen, 2 car garage with horse stable, pavilion, shed, swan/poultry shed, plus a 300 year old witness tree.. $595,000.