Where We’ve been

Steinhagen Pottery has been accepted every time we have applied for inclusion in the Early American Life Magazine Directory of America’s Best Traditional Craftsmen, most recently in 2016. We have been invited to show and sell our work at the following historic sites, shows and events:


Leffingwell House Museum, Norwich            Nathan Hale Schoolhouse, East Haddam
Prudence Crandall Museum, Canterbury
Historic Norwichtown Days, Norwich
Smith-Harris House, East Lyme.
Sloan-Stanley Museum, Kent
Nathan Hale House, Coventry
Putnam State Park, Redding Ridge
The Original Northeastern Primitive Rendezvous
Samuel Huntington House, Scotland
Blue Slope Country Museum, Franklin


Bunker Hill Monument, Boston National Historical Park                                                      Boston Common                                                Wayside Inn Fife  and Drum Muster, Sudbury
Hancock Shaker Village, Penfield
America’s Hometown Thanksgiving, Plymouth
Re-enactor Fair, Sudbury
Eastern States Exposition (The Big E), West Springfield

New York State

Fort Ticonderoga
Old Fort Niagara, Youngstown
Fort Ogdensburg
Fort William Henry, Lake George


18th Century Artisans Show, Lewisburg
Mercer Museum Folk Fest, Doylestown
Stahl Pottery Festival, Powder River
Bushy Run Battlefield, Jeannette
Dixon's Gun Fair, Kempton
Bedminster Artisans Show, Doylestown
History Meets the Arts, Gettysburg

Rhode Island

Smith Castle, Wickford
Gilbert Stuart Museum, North Kingstown
Spell Hall (Gen. Nathaniel Greene Homestead), Coventry

New Hampshire

Fort at #4, Charlestown
New England Reenactor Fair, Portsmouth
Hillsborough Living History Event


George Washington’s Mount Vernon Market Fair
Waterford Fair, Waterford
Monticello gift shop, Charlottesvile


Fort Frederick Market Fair, Big Pool


Winterthur Museum, Wilmington