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OXFORD – This weekend marks the twentieth anniversary of an Oxford retail business that has managed its way though an ever wavering economy over the past two decades, and looks to the future with anticipation of the challenges that lie ahead.



Bill Troxell, a lifelong resident of Oxford, along with his wife Diane, plan to celebrate the milestone this weekend with an open house of their Gallery Three-Two-One – just a half mile from the center of Oxford village at 41 State street.

“We've been producing pottery out of this location for 40 years,” said Bill Troxell, discussing how the couple primarily sold their wares on the road at shows, festivals and other's shops. “We had always dedicated the space for retail from the beginning – it was always the plan, and so a little more than 20 years ago the decision was made to materialize that goal, and the ground work was laid for the retail business you see today.”


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