BellHillPottery

Japanese Influenced Soda & Wood Fired Pottery

Washington, Connecticut On Etsy since 2015

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

BellHillPottery

Japanese Influenced Soda & Wood Fired Pottery

Washington, Connecticut | 800 Sales

Announcement    Please do not purchase a pot if it says Reserved for "Blank"
If they are not purchased before my update goes live, you are welcome to purchase something that is reserved. If you want to see videos of the work (which i recommend) please go to my most recent highlights on Instagram.

The next shop update is scheduled for Friday, November 27th at 10AM EST.
There are a lot of tea bowls and yunomi this firing! I do have one teapot left as well.

https://www.instagram.com/bellhillpottery/?hl=en
https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/18141611233113194/

I also want to make it very clear that I do not accept returns.

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 25, 2020

Please do not purchase a pot if it says Reserved for "Blank"
If they are not purchased before my update goes live, you are welcome to purchase something that is reserved. If you want to see videos of the work (which i recommend) please go to my most recent highlights on Instagram.

The next shop update is scheduled for Friday, November 27th at 10AM EST.
There are a lot of tea bowls and yunomi this firing! I do have one teapot left as well.

https://www.instagram.com/bellhillpottery/?hl=en
https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/18141611233113194/

I also want to make it very clear that I do not accept returns.

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Will Talbot

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Will Talbot

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quality 14 shipping 39 customer service 10

About BellHillPottery

Sales 800
On Etsy since 2015

Japanese inspired wood & soda fired ceramics

It has been almost four years since I started working with clay. In that time I have become a teacher at two craft centers, two private schools and became apart of the ever growing ceramic community in New England.
My work has changed dramatically from when I started, in the past my focus was on thin walls where everything was symmetrical. My love of nature and Japanese culture has heavily influenced my work, turning it from rather straight forward pots to more organic shapes. I warp every part of the pot creating one of a kind objects that flow from base to lip.

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