Oldest sister Jane is the potter of the Graber family, and the best known among the Graber family of artists. She has been making miniature pottery for more than 35 years and has a wide following from around the world. It's safe to say Jane is the foremost miniature potter of the 21st century. This website and Found, our storefront gallery in downtown Goshen, Indiana, are owned by Jane's younger sister Ann and her husband Keith Graber Miller, and we function as Jane's primary online outlet. Usually Jane's work is only available directly from her -- at one of her handful of shows around the country each year -- or through us here at Found. Jane's second-biggest show of the year is at our Goshen gallery each fall. In Fall 2017, Jane's major open house at Found likely will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, October 7, and we welcome anyone from the Midwest -- or around the country -- to come for that event. Jane will be there with all of her redware, stoneware, Christmas plates, Moravian ware and other pots, as well as cupboards and other specialty miniatures made by her friends. When possible, we also are posting a small selection of Jane's pots each week on eBay, so if you prefer to get whatever pots you want, you are free to bid at our auctions there.

Jane's 1" scale work -- all wheel-thrown, hand-crafted, hand-painted, signed, and dated -- is in great demand and difficult to come by. Her work includes reproductions of 18th- and 19th-century stoneware pieces as well as redware, wood-fired pots, and other specialty pieces.