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Naked Raku Pot

Naked Raku Pot

This naked raku pot has a lid with a driftwood handle, wrapped with dyed raffia and adorned with glass and stone beads.

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Scribbleware Mug

Scribbleware Mug

Our Scribbleware line of pottery is so much fun!  The black glaze is specially made to be used like a chalkboard.  You can write a note with a piece of chalk and wipe it off with soap and water!  This pottery is not coated with a chalkboard paint, it is glazed with a durable, dishwasher safe pottery glaze that has been fired in the kiln to 2228 degrees!

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Storm Jars

Storm Jars

When the lights go out, grab your storm jar!  Inside each jar you’ll find two emergency candles and a pack of matches.  Place a candle in the lid and light it until the power comes back on.  Each storm jar glazed with our “foggy” glaze color.

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Saggar Pot

Saggar Pot

This saggar pot has a driftwood handle that is wrapped in dyed raffia and adorned with glass beads.

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Landscape Horsehair Pot

Landscape Horsehair Pot

This pot has two colors of terra sig applied and burnished to give it the blue and green color.  Horsehair, feathers and sugar were applied after removing from the kiln.  The lid has a piece of driftwood, wrapped with dyed raffia and adorned with glass beads.

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Naked Raku Pot

Naked Raku Pot

This naked raku pot has a lid with a driftwood handle, wrapped in dyed raffia and adorned with glass and stone beads.

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Saggar Pot

Saggar Pot

This saggar pot has a lid with a driftwood handle that has been wrapped in dyed raffia and adorned with glass beads.

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Flowers in the Snow

Flowers in the Snow

This vase is made in black clay with the shellac technique.  The shellac is painted on a pot that is bone dry, then the clay surrounding the design is wiped away.  The shellac design resists being wiped away and leaves a raised design.  The glaze breaks over the raised edges of the design leaving a beautiful 3-D finish.

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Honey Bee Pot

Honey Bee Pot

This vase is made in black stoneware clay using the shellac technique.  When the pot is bone dry, shellac is applied in an intricate design.  The clay is then wiped away with a damp sponge leaving the areas with shellac raised.  The honey nutmeg glaze breaks over the raised design enhancing it beautifully.

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