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Goblets

Ceramic goblets are thrown in two parts at the wheel, carved, and decorated with slips.  8″,      $65; 6″, $50.  These pieces are available now…

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Goblets

Ceramic goblets are thrown in two parts at the wheel, carved, and decorated with slips.  8″,      $65; 6″, $50.  These pieces are available now…

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Compote on Stand

Here’s a lidded compote on a separate stand, perfect for parties.  It was thrown at the wheel, and decorated with stamps and carving at soft leather-hard stage.  14″ Tall, $250.00.  This piece is available.

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Compote on Stand

Here’s a lidded compote on a separate stand, perfect for parties.  It was thrown at the wheel, and decorated with stamps and carving at soft leather-hard stage.  14″ Tall, $250.00.  This piece is available.

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Salt-Fired Porcelain Teapot

This is a sweet little 3-cup teapot, with just a hint of copper blush.  5″ Tall, $85.  

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Salt-Fired Porcelain Teapot

This is a sweet little 3-cup teapot, with just a hint of copper blush.  5″ Tall, $85.  

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Salt Fired Coffee Cup

A porcelain coffee cup from my March 3, 2013 firing.  Beautiful purple-blue glaze inside, with pretty little flecks from the tin.  4.5″ Tall, $40, Sold, others available.

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Salt Fired Coffee Cup

A porcelain coffee cup from my March 3, 2013 firing.  Beautiful purple-blue glaze inside, with pretty little flecks from the tin.  4.5″ Tall, $40, Sold, others available.

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Gold-Edge Platter

This 13″ platter started out on the wheel, and was trimmed when leather hard.  It was wrapped in plastic for several days so moisture could even out, and then carved by hand.  After bisque firing, slips were applied to enhance

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Gold-Edge Platter

This 13″ platter started out on the wheel, and was trimmed when leather hard.  It was wrapped in plastic for several days so moisture could even out, and then carved by hand.  After bisque firing, slips were applied to enhance

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Butter Dish

Here’s a two-piece domed butter dish, thrown at the wheel.  After careful trimming and the application of a knob, the pieces are dried together to the correct state for carving.  A geometric pattern divides the space, and dot-filled squares divide

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Butter Dish

Here’s a two-piece domed butter dish, thrown at the wheel.  After careful trimming and the application of a knob, the pieces are dried together to the correct state for carving.  A geometric pattern divides the space, and dot-filled squares divide

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Large Oval Hand Built Teapot

Previously textured tapered sections were joined with plain clay rectangles to form the body of this large teapot.  An oval bottom was applied to the conic body form, defining the final shape.  A clay slab oval matching the top opening

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Large Oval Hand Built Teapot

Previously textured tapered sections were joined with plain clay rectangles to form the body of this large teapot.  An oval bottom was applied to the conic body form, defining the final shape.  A clay slab oval matching the top opening

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Casserole on Service Plate

Here’s a large, lidded casserole that has a charger or service plate to match.  Plate, casserole, and lid were thrown at the wheel from stoneware clay.  Handles were applied to the casserole while it was still very soft for best

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Casserole on Service Plate

Here’s a large, lidded casserole that has a charger or service plate to match.  Plate, casserole, and lid were thrown at the wheel from stoneware clay.  Handles were applied to the casserole while it was still very soft for best

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Oval Hand Built Teapot

This teapot was hand built from four tapered  body sections. An oval clay cutout was applied to the top rim to finish it,  and a larger oval was applied to form the bottom.  Four beveled feet were applied as the teapot stiffened.

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Oval Hand Built Teapot

This teapot was hand built from four tapered  body sections. An oval clay cutout was applied to the top rim to finish it,  and a larger oval was applied to form the bottom.  Four beveled feet were applied as the teapot stiffened.

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Hand-built Teapot

This substantial teapot was hand built using a comic pattern.  After the pieces were cut, texture was applied with roller tools. A spout made on a mandrel and a pulled handle were added.  The lid was also hand built, and

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Hand-built Teapot

This substantial teapot was hand built using a comic pattern.  After the pieces were cut, texture was applied with roller tools. A spout made on a mandrel and a pulled handle were added.  The lid was also hand built, and

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Incised Pitcher

12″ tall, this pitcher was intended for daily use.  It was thrown at the wheel, and its’ spout was pulled from the pitcher body about half an hour later.  After trimming, a throat was shaped in the still-soft clay to

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Incised Pitcher

12″ tall, this pitcher was intended for daily use.  It was thrown at the wheel, and its’ spout was pulled from the pitcher body about half an hour later.  After trimming, a throat was shaped in the still-soft clay to

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Salt and Pepper Shakers

Two little salt and pepper shakers sit in their own hand-built box.  Made from thin textured slabs, the pieces had additional stamping and carving added at the correct stage of dryness.  Small false bottoms conceal rubber stoppers.  Bisque was painted

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Salt and Pepper Shakers

Two little salt and pepper shakers sit in their own hand-built box.  Made from thin textured slabs, the pieces had additional stamping and carving added at the correct stage of dryness.  Small false bottoms conceal rubber stoppers.  Bisque was painted

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Hand-Built Ewer on Plate

This pouring vessel was made from slabs of clay cut using a conic templates.  The spout was formed on a mandrel and applied to the teapot.   The handle was pulled from the teapot the day after it was formed.

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Hand-Built Ewer on Plate

This pouring vessel was made from slabs of clay cut using a conic templates.  The spout was formed on a mandrel and applied to the teapot.   The handle was pulled from the teapot the day after it was formed.

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Stoneware Casserole

This casserole was formed on the wheel, and pattern was carved into the surface after trimming.  Extruded lugs were attached when the casserole was very wet for best attachment.  After bisque firing, the casserole was glazed on interior surfaces, painted

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Stoneware Casserole

This casserole was formed on the wheel, and pattern was carved into the surface after trimming.  Extruded lugs were attached when the casserole was very wet for best attachment.  After bisque firing, the casserole was glazed on interior surfaces, painted

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Milkweed Vase

This vase was thrown from stoneware clay, trimmed, and hand decorated with a floral pattern after several days of drying.  Slips were painted onto the bisqued clay, and the vase was fired to cone 10 in a salt kiln.  $125,

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Milkweed Vase

This vase was thrown from stoneware clay, trimmed, and hand decorated with a floral pattern after several days of drying.  Slips were painted onto the bisqued clay, and the vase was fired to cone 10 in a salt kiln.  $125,

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Sugar Bowl

This little sugar bowl was thrown at the wheel, and then decorated with by the application of a floral and geometric pattern.  It was painted with slips. and fired in the salt kiln to Cone 10.  $48, 5″ diameter, 4″

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Sugar Bowl

This little sugar bowl was thrown at the wheel, and then decorated with by the application of a floral and geometric pattern.  It was painted with slips. and fired in the salt kiln to Cone 10.  $48, 5″ diameter, 4″

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Dogwood Vase

  Thrown on the wheel, this vase is 12″ tall.  After trimming and careful drying, dogwood imagery was carved into the pot.  After bisque firing, slips were painted onto the vase to accentuate the design.  $125, Sold, others available.

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Dogwood Vase

  Thrown on the wheel, this vase is 12″ tall.  After trimming and careful drying, dogwood imagery was carved into the pot.  After bisque firing, slips were painted onto the vase to accentuate the design.  $125, Sold, others available.

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