One who or that which potters; one who moves slowly or loiters.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "potterer" in a sentence
"Up to that time I had been clay in the hands of the potter or "potterer" as it might be."
"She accordingly classed her new possession as a confirmed potterer and made her way down by what Peter with more exactness than delicacy, had already named the Privy Stair."
"Her mother believed that Franklin had run away simply to get rid of her, and the poor girl, dazed and forlorn, bereft of will, had been induced to marry a man by the name of Rogers, who was a potter and also a potterer, but who Franklin says was “a very good potter.”"