blackpotter

The Black Potter

Caroline du Nord, États-Unis · 30 ventes

blackpotter

The Black Potter

Caroline du Nord, États-Unis 30 ventes Sur Etsy depuis 2008

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Jim McDowell

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Annonce   If you're in the Asheville, NC area, visit me just northwest of the city at my new studio in Weaverville, Reems Creek Pottery, 181 Reems Creek Road, #6. I'm in a large shared space with four other potters. We have a nice gallery here, too. And be sure to check out what I'm doing on my Facebook page! Find me at Jim McDowell Artist. A few face jugs are in this shop for your perusal. Thanks for taking a look at the Black Potter. Drop us a line sometime! Jim and Jan

Annonce

Dernière mise à jour le 01 janv. 2016

If you're in the Asheville, NC area, visit me just northwest of the city at my new studio in Weaverville, Reems Creek Pottery, 181 Reems Creek Road, #6. I'm in a large shared space with four other potters. We have a nice gallery here, too. And be sure to check out what I'm doing on my Facebook page! Find me at Jim McDowell Artist. A few face jugs are in this shop for your perusal. Thanks for taking a look at the Black Potter. Drop us a line sometime! Jim and Jan

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mrskjjennings

mrskjjennings le 23 oct. 2014

5 étoiles sur 5

This is a beautiful mug! I like the thumb print on the handle and all the coffee it can hold!

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BettyeWebb

BettyeWebb le 19 août 2014

5 étoiles sur 5

I like the workmanship and the history behind it.

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anna privette

anna privette le 15 août 2014

5 étoiles sur 5

Beautiful mugs! Thanks for making these!

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Dernière mise à jour 03 février 2011
I am the Black Potter, maker of face jugs and functional pottery. The love of my life, Jan, takes care of the business end of things so I am free to be an artist. (Everyone should be so blessed," she says!)

We live and work in Pittsburgh, PA, where we have converted our brick two-car garage built in 1927 into a pottery studio. (Yes, I am blessed!)

We welcome your orders, questions, correspondence, and custom requests.

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We accept PayPal, the best and easiest way to buy and sell!
Expédition
We double box all orders, use lots of packing material, and ship the most economical and safest method for your order, usually UPS or USPS, insured.
Remboursements et échanges
If your order arrives damaged, let us know immediately so we can process a claim and give you a refund. You must save the packaging and damaged piece for the rare occasion when a UPS or postal inspector needs to see it on your end.

We have never had a return, but if you are dissatisfied we will offer you a refund if you meet the following terms: Kindly inform us and repack the item the same way we shipped it to you. Pay the return shipping including insurance. Pottery is fragile so naturally we cannot be responsible for any breakage once you receive your order.