CampanaCeramics is taking a short break
Donna on May 24, 20165 out of 5 stars
I love this mug.....so well crafted. A welcomed addition to my mug collection! Very quick shipping too.
Kevin on May 18, 20165 out of 5 stars
This cup is incredible! The glaze is soft and vibrant, the form and rim and thoughtfully designed and foot is perfectly smooth.
Bailey on May 12, 20165 out of 5 stars
Feeling very blessed to have gotten one of these beautiful pieces! Excited to see what else Jeff comes up with.
Page on May 11, 20165 out of 5 stars
Very happy to own one of your pieces at last. Thank you!
eapmorris on Jun 27, 20155 out of 5 stars
Great tumbler! Love the form, colour and its light weight. I like how it's dissected then reassembled by the glaze. It's a technique I've never seen before. Very clever! I'm amazed by how you can put the parts back together so pristinely and have your works maintain their shape. Impressive craftsmanship!
Lisa on Feb 17, 20155 out of 5 stars
This cup feels so silky and like the foot is made of marble. The stained-glass effect on the interior is enchanting. So happy!
All items here are made by me in my home studio. I formulate and mix my own clay and glazes. Most items are designed on the computer using Fusion 360, then printed using a Formlabs Form 2 stereolithography printer, and then plaster molds are made from the prints. This allows for very consistent form and a lot of freedom to create new ideas in form and function. Works are fired to cone 6, about 2200 F, in reduction soda atmosphere, or in oxidation.
All items on here are represented individually unless otherwise noted. Due to the huge amount of variation within and between firings, items are one-of-a-kind. If you would like a matching set, oxidation fired pots are the way to go. These items can be made to order.
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
If you purchase an item and decide that it isn't the right piece for you, please let me know right away. I will have you ship it back to me at your expense, and I can then ship you another one at my expense, or refund your money, whichever works best for the situation.
I truly am happy to take returns. My main goal here is to get my work into the hands of happy customers, and I will do whatever it takes within reason to keep you, my customer, happy.
I no longer accept personal checks or money orders. These are the preferred methods of payment for phishing scams, which have been coming in frequently these days. I have found it best to just have a policy of not accepting checks to avoid this problem altogether. Sorry if this causes you inconvenience, but really, credit cards and Paypal have built-in fraud protection for BOTH parties, so it is better for everyone if we just do away with checks by mail.
I ship via USPS Priority. It is the most affordable option for the scale of box that also has tracking. Price listed is the average cost. Some places, a mug will cost $5, while others, it will cost $9. Over the years, I have found a price that is a reasonable average of what it costs me to ship. I am not trying to glean any hidden profit off the shipping or anything like that. If you absolutely cannot wait and need it overnight, I can arrange Express Shipping and then bill you the difference in cost. Please contact me BEFORE purchase if this is the case.
Now shipping WORLDWIDE!
Please read this nice post clarifying some important things about international shipping http://www.etsy.com/forums_thread.php?thread_id=6629046 before ordering.
For international orders, First Class International is my favorite choice, as it is only a fraction of the cost of insured Priority shipping or UPS International. Any package weighing more than 4 pounds will cost USD 40+ to ship because it has to be sent via Priority International. I have found that small objects such as cups are quite affordable to ship internationally while larger items such as pitchers can become quite costly to ship overseas. I try to quote the most accurate price possible and err on the side of cheaper for you.
PACKAGING AND INSURANCE
I do not pay the shipper for insurance. My plan is to pack the work so that there is virtually no chance of breakage, and then if something somehow defies all odds and breaks, I will refund or replace at MY expense. In the 500+ items I have shipped here on Etsy, I have had just ONE breakage, and learned from my mistake. I have found it very difficult for customers to actually get insurance payments from shipping companies and don't want you or me to have to jump through their hoops or give them money they don't deserve.
I want my work to be a luxury experience, and therefore, I package it nicely. The work will be secured in white foam wrap, and at least two inches of packing peanuts on all sides. I use only virgin packing materials, except sometimes I may reuse peanuts in a pinch. You will not find gross things like cigarette smoke, dust, old shopping bags, etc. in my packaging. You also won't find candy, handwritten notes, ribbons, or invoices. You will just find a stunning work of art and the materials required to safely bring it to it's new home. Invoices are available for reference and download on Etsy for those who want them. I am happy to print out a message if the item is a gift for someone, just send me a convo or include info on the "Message to Seller" part of the checkout process and I'll get it done.