AyumiHoriePottery

Ayumi Horie

Portland, Maine · 177 Sales

AyumiHoriePottery

Ayumi Horie

Portland, Maine 177 Sales On Etsy since 2010

0 out of 5 stars
(81)

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Ayumi

WEBSITE- http://www.ayumihorie.com
WEBSITE SHOP- http://www.ayumihorieshop.com
INSTAGRAM-http://instagram.com/ayumihorie
FACEBOOK- http://www.facebook.com/Ayumi.Horie.Pottery

Announcement

Hello Lover of the Handmade Things,
Working hard in the studio, so stay tuned by signing up for my mailing list. http://ayumihorie.com/mailing-list.html My Instagram handle is ayumihorie

Thanks for looking!
Ayumi

WEBSITE- http://www.ayumihorie.com
WEBSITE SHOP- http://www.ayumihorieshop.com
INSTAGRAM-http://instagram.com/ayumihorie
FACEBOOK- http://www.facebook.com/Ayumi.Horie.Pottery

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Reviews

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Steve

Steve on May 13, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Nothing puts a bigger smile on my face than coming home to a box with an Ayumi Horie Pottery stamp. Love this mug!

Jennifer

Jennifer on May 3, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

I adore this mug. It is so charming and fill of life. Beautifully made. I will treasure it.

Steve

Steve on Sep 23, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Ayumi's cup is just a joy to use. It's makes me smile every morning.

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Shop policies

Last updated on September 3, 2014
Thanks for looking over my shop policies. It’s really important to me that you’re happy with our transaction and that ultimately that the pots I make are used and migrate toward the front of the cupboard. If I was on a desert island, as much as I love making things, I probably wouldn’t be making pots because half of the joy of it is having them function in the real world with real people. I make pots for people to be used day in, day out.

Accepted payment methods

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Payment
Please make payments through Paypal. However, if you are having trouble, feel free to convo me to arrange a phone call to make payment by credit card. Payment is expected within 12 hours for purchase.

Maine state residents will be charged 5.5% sales tax.
Shipping
I might be most the conservative packer you’ll ever meet. This is because everything I make is one-of-a-kind, so I’m loath to take a chance on it breaking in shipping after all the care I’ve put into it. Knock on wood- nothing has broken yet! I normally charge an additional $6 handling fee for packing materials and labor (included in shipping), but if it’s a big order I may need to charge a bit more.
Work will be shipped out within five business days but often I’ll get it out within a day or two. I ship all work USPS with delivery confirmation. If you prefer UPS, I can ship UPS but it will be more expensive. International customers- please contact me if you have questions about duties etc. Because estimated shipping costs is not an exact science and because I want a fair transaction for both parties, I reserve the right to adjust the invoice to reflect actual incurred shipping costs.
Refunds and Exchanges
Exchanges are accepted within five days of receipt of purchase. Sorry, no refunds. Return shipping costs and safe return are the responsibility of the customer. Contact me for more information regarding exchanges.
Additional policies and FAQs
Gifts
At the time of purchase, please let me know if you'd like a gift note included. Please make sure your address matches the Paypal address and if it doesn’t please make a note of the right shipping address.

How to Care for the Pots
My work is dishwasher safe, though I don't recommend regular dishwashing, since handmade pots are inherently less durable than industrial. Special care should be taken with decaled pots, as those glazes are liable to be worn away in the dishwasher. People have been known to put my pots in the microwave, but I don’t recommend it because it’s iron (metal) that’s giving the clay its rich red color. Luster decals should never get put in the microwave, as it's metal and will pop. On some pots I leave the animals unglazed to purposefully encourage a patina to develop, visual evidence of the history of the pot. I fire my clay hotter than normal earthenware in order to vitrify the body and make it as durable as possible.

Conditions of Use
When you purchase anything from Ayumi Horie Pottery LLC you agree to hold Ayumi Horie Pottery LLC harmless from any loss, damage or injury due to any products purchased from us. Our maximum liability to you is the amount you paid for the item(s) purchased. All items offered on this site are provided "as is" and without warranties of any kind, whether express or implied. Note: We reserve the right to update these policies at any time.
Thank you!
Ayumi