Handbuilt experiments

I’ve been asked to make a collection of bowls and plates, all handbuilt. This is not really my forte and I’ve discovered how difficult handbuilding can actually be, at least when you want to do it well. Here is my first batch Advertisements

Specialty cups

The tea bowls are back, summer colors. 46-51$ for 4 And cappuccino cups With glaze tears that rest against your index finger, making it easier to hold: 48-52$ for the set

Shallow bowls

Dotted bowls, free hand (read: time-consuming, thinned patience), with clear glaze over top to create the melted look. 80-100$ for the set

Quirky collection

Large wheel Thrown, free-hand paint-ed mugs 57-65$ for the set  

Dinner for two

I made a set for those that don’t want to clutter their cupboards, and are looking for something to set aside for more romantic and intimate nights. Two plates and a modest serving plate. Click on images for their labels. And they nest in each other, so they stack easy.

Serving dish and Platter

Pardon the poor quality. Hope that the end of school will give me the opportunity to pursue this more seriously as a business.

Something different

I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about and requests for┬ámy earrings lately, especially my up-cycled ones. So here you are. bike tube feathers:13-15$. Maze: 14-16$ Bead/chain works: 14-17$

For your coffee shop

If you are interested in ordering something for your shop, here’s a small sample of what I can offer, though I welcome custom orders too. Creamers and butter-bells espresso/shot glasses and all of the rest