CalyerCeramics

New York, United States · 27 Sales

CalyerCeramics

New York, United States 27 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Announcement   Handmade Ceramics by Michelle Smith McLaughlin

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Handmade Ceramics by Michelle Smith McLaughlin

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michelle mclaughlin

Loop Mug
US$42.00
Berry Bowl
US$52.00
Berry Bowl
US$52.00
Landscape Jar
US$80.00
Fringe Planter, red clay - Ready to ship
US$54.00
Speckle Soup Bowl
US$55.00
Matisse Side Plate - Ready to ship
US$34.00
Grassy Speckled Flower Vase - Ready to ship
US$75.00
Great East Platter
US$74.00
Two Almond Mugs
US$72.00
Soap Dish and Cup Bath Set
US$65.00
Hillside Pour-over
US$54.00
Hillside Green Mug
US$40.00
Hillside Blue Mug
US$40.00
Almond Mug
US$36.00
Blue Skies Bowl
US$52.00
Blue Skies dinner plate
US$68.00
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udpana

udpana on Feb 24, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Wish there were more items for sale! This is a great addition to my home.

Rachael Wingate

Rachael Wingate on Nov 3, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

I wanted these mugs in a different size and Michelle couldn't have been more accommodating! They are absolutely gorgeous. Thank you so much. xoxo

abigaildoan

abigaildoan on Sep 11, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

The sweetest tableware duo ever. Beautifully packaged as well!

abigaildoan

abigaildoan on Sep 11, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Such an exquisite handmade piece. I could not be happier!

4 of 4 reviews

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Hillside Green Mug
US$40.00
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About

I'm a multidiciplinary artist that makes one-of-a-kind ceramic tableware out of Brooklyn, New York.

I grew up in Boston and studied photography officially, although I was always interested in working in clay. I took a few classes on the side whenever I could. After graduating, I worked in the photography industry as a fine art printer, retoucher, a freelance photographer. Shortly after I moved to New York, the ceramics world pulled me back in, and I have been selling my work ever since. I love designing and using functional artwork, I find it incredibly satisfying.

Water is a huge influence in my work; I think you can see that peeking out in the colors I use in my designs. I started swimming when I was very young. I have always lived near the water, in Boston and now Brooklyn. In the summer, I spend as much time as possible on a lake in Maine.

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    Michelle Smith McLaughlin is the designer and artist behind Calyer Ceramics. Her work is inspired by natural, organic forms, melty ice cream colors, and cantaloupes. She makes everything herself, by hand or on the wheel.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 3, 2013

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept payment via paypal or credit card.

Payment must be received within 3 days of purchase or the sale will be canceled.
Shipping
If an item reaches you in a damaged condition, I will exchange it for a replacement for a similar item of equal value. Please notify me within 3 business days of receipt if you receive a damaged item and ship it back to me. Buyer is responsible for the cost of return shipping.

For US Domestic Shipping I use USPS. If you would like shipping upgrades such as delivery confirmation, let me know prior to purchasing. I am unable to ship to PO Boxes.

All international orders are shipped via USPS Priority Mail International. These are shipped with a tracking number, but are handed off to the local postal service upon arrival in the destination country. Buyer is responsible for duties, fees, or taxes incurred.
Refunds and Exchanges
No returns, unless the item arrived damaged. If you receive a damaged package contact me right away. I will file an insurance claim with the shipper and send you a replacement piece as soon as possible :)
Additional policies and FAQs
Each piece is one of a kind and made entirely by hand or on the wheel. or both :)

I recommend hand washing and and I would avoid prolonged soaking of unglazed pieces. I use food safe, lead free glazes unless otherwise noted in the description. Dirt and stains on unglazed surfaces can be removed with a scrubby pad or a wire brush and a bit of baking soda.

If you have a retail shop and are interested in carrying my work, please send me an email a michellesmithmclaughlin [at] gmail.com