The owner of Haus fell in love with the pottery of Mark Williams before he ever opened his shop. Now, Gregory Stephens is featuring the Michigan artist’s pots and bowls in a spotlight event through November. Williams, who works out of a studio near South Haven, combines the pottery techniques of textured slab and throwing on a pottery wheel. It’s all dishwasher- and oven-safe.

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 The owner of Haus fell in love with the pottery of Mark Williams before he ever opened his shop. Now, Gregory Stephens is featuring the Michigan artist’s pots and bowls in a spotlight event through November. Williams, who works out of a studio near South Haven, combines the pottery techniques of textured slab and throwing on a pottery wheel. It’s all dishwasher- and oven-safe.


 The owner of Haus fell in love with the pottery of Mark Williams before he ever opened his shop. Now, Gregory Stephens is featuring the Michigan artist’s pots and bowls in a spotlight event through November. Williams, who works out of a studio near South Haven, combines the pottery techniques of textured slab and throwing on a pottery wheel. It’s all dishwasher- and oven-safe.

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