Announcement Welcome to my shop on Etsy, featuring handmade pottery. I've put together a collection of my favorite mugs, cups, bowls and serving pieces that I hope will add beauty to your kitchen and charm to your home. Thanks for visiting!
Welcome to my shop on Etsy, featuring handmade pottery. I've put together a collection of my favorite mugs, cups, bowls and serving pieces that I hope will add beauty to your kitchen and charm to your home. Thanks for visiting!
NovemberAlexander on Sep 29, 2016
This works very well. It quickly grates the garlic into an *extremely* fine paste, so there are no large pieces in the oil.
myemailmkim on Jun 18, 2016
Stunning and beautifully crafted. Sent very fast, and was well-packed, arrived with no damage. Thanks for another gorgeous creation!
Glenn Heck on Feb 18, 2016
Beautifully crafted, the perfect gift for my sushi addicted wife.
From Print to Clay...
I’ve been a graphic designer, a technical illustrator and a painter for over 20 years, but when I touched clay for the first time, I was thoroughly captivated and haven’t looked back since. Clay is an art form that combines everything I love: the relationship between form and function, design, fine craftsmanship, color and texture. I like the wet clay stage best: the rawness and true nature of the material exposed and the wonderful, supple way the forms feel in my hands. Once the work goes through the bisque and glazing process, some amount of control is lost. Often things don’t make it through the firing, not in the way one hopes anyway. It’s always a risk, but that’s where Alchemy comes in and sometimes if you’re lucky you get something truly remarkable and unexpected, another aspect besides the ”Zen of Centering” that attracts and holds my attention like no other medium. The best part of the process is opening the kiln at the end of a firing and taking out each layer of kiln shelves, revealing a treasure hidden underneath and cementing the surprise factor that has captured me so well.
I am a full time potter, working in my at-home studio. I love clay and making functional pieces that people can use and enjoy every day.
All pieces are either wheel-thrown or hand-built and are lead-free, food, microwave and dishwasher safe unless otherwise noted.
The listed sizes on items are close approximations. Some variation in color/glaze will occur and is a natural process of kiln-fired ceramics.
To see more of my work, please visit my website or my blog.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Shipments are usually made via USPS Priority unless another option is selected by the customer during checkout. I make every effort to provide adequate packaging to insure that items arrive undamaged. If you buy an item and the shipping is less than the total I've described, I will refund the difference via PayPal or a check, depending on how the item was initially purchased. I try to use recycled boxes if possible. If that's an issue, such as the item is going to be a gift, please let me know.
At this time, I am not shipping internationally.