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Made For Rome: Kim Vasil’s Rome Inspired Pottery Line

Posted January 20, 2017 by Kristi Kent in Arts
Rome Visitor’s Center Monthly Artist Spotlight – Kim Vasil

Kim Vasil is a Rome, Georgia pottery artist and owner of Vasil Design Group. For the last year, Vasil has been creating a line of Rome, Georgia inspired pieces for the Rome Visitor’s Center Gift Shop.

She makes a variety of mugs, bowls, vases, cups and magnets. Her creations have brought wonderful charm and zest to the Gift Shop.

Her works travel across the nation, bringing a little piece of Rome with them everywhere they go. With one of her pieces, no matter where you go, you’ll never be too far from Rome.

Purchase your own unique piece of Rome today.


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  1. Carl, December 18, 2017:

    Do you have any information re the history of the pottery industry in Rome during the 1800’s and early 1900’s? My great grandfather dealt in these products and ca. 1920 made a small milk pitcher and impressed his thumb print at the base of the handle. While it has no commercial value, it is a treasure for us.

    He married Margaret Louise Bradley in GA and I am interested in knowing if this is a Rome family name.

  2. Nic Diaz, December 20, 2017:

    We do not, the Rome Area History Museum might.

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