Heritage Bicycles Hosts a Handmade Pottery Pop-Up Store

Buy two Chicago artists’ artisanal ceramics off the back of a truck this weekend at Heritage Bicycles General Store.

The vintage truck at Heritage Bicycles General Store where two local potters will be selling their wares on Saturday.   Photo: Claybird Pottery

Two Chicago potters will be selling their handmade ceramic wares out of a vintage truck in Lake View this weekend. Setting up a one-day pop-up shop at Heritage Bicycles General Store (2959 N. Lincoln Ave.), Lori Hess of Claybird Pottery and Annie Abdelnour Ceramics will have their locally-made clay creations for sale. Along with mugs, jars, and vases, look out for Abdelnour’s organic-shaped serving bowls and Hess’s charming bird houses that double as hanging terrariums.

Find the pop-up outside of Heritage Bicyles on Saturday, July 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Here’s an idea: Make it a pit-stop on your way to the Taste of Lake View, taking place two blocks north.



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