ErikHaugsbyPottery

I make pots in Vienna, Austria. These are my pots.

Vienna, Austria · 24 Sales

ErikHaugsbyPottery

I make pots in Vienna, Austria. These are my pots.

Vienna, Austria 24 Sales On Etsy since 2017

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Announcement   Featured in the 8 September issue of Austria's Der Standard magazine. In German: derstandard.at/2000063629861/Erik-Haugsby-Toepfern-ist-mit-Beten-vergleichbar

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Last updated on Sep 10, 2017

Featured in the 8 September issue of Austria's Der Standard magazine. In German: derstandard.at/2000063629861/Erik-Haugsby-Toepfern-ist-mit-Beten-vergleichbar

Erik Haugsby

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Erik Haugsby

Small brown bowl

Small brown bowl

$19.16

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George Tourlidis

George Tourlidis on Dec 13, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely small guinomi. Speedy delivery, excellent packaging and moreover excellent communication. Highly recommended.

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Updates

Christmas market season full in swing.
Check out the results of my latest woodfiring, new cups bowls vases and more up in the shop.
Got a new shelf of my pots set up at the Schönbichler tea shop in Vienna's 1st District. If you're in the city, stop by!
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About

I'm an American who makes pots in Vienna, Austria.

I'm a potter based in Vienna, Austria. Once upon a time I grew up in Minnesota, USA, and via a few continents and a few more countries made my way westwards and forwards. Now I'm assembling and arranging the influences I picked up along the way, turning them into a cup or a bowl that you can use.

I started working with clay in 2013; and along the way have worked in university spaces, my kitchen, and now have my own workshop outfitted with my kick wheel, kiln, all manner of clays and glazes and white concrete walls.

Thanks for visiting. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send me a message.

See more at my website, www.erikhaugsby.com

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  • Erik Haugsby

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    A pottery workshop in a cellar in Vienna and in it a person from them pots My name’s Erik I make pots for hands your hands your lips touch feel the most sensual public organ the cup tells you My the pots that scrape and scream I exist and you with me

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Last updated on Jun 23, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

All of my pots are fired to stoneware temperatures; that is, in excess of 1240˚C (2264˚F). This high temperature makes the glaze and clay waterproof and strong. "Stone"ware for a reason. Unless otherwise noted, all items are dishwasher safe. However, I do recommend washing by hand to protect your investment.

Some of the glazes may develop small cracks that become more obvious with use. This is a natural product of the glazes and glazing process, called crazing, and only adds to the pot's handmade character.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Please ensure a secure shipping address, because I cannot be held liable for theft or loss of a package.

I pack my work securely, just as I would want to receive it. However, in the unlikely case your pot arrives damaged, I will happily exchange it for a similar pot of equal value.

Sizing details

I do my best to accurately represent all my work, in words and pictures. However, because each piece is unique, dimensions are approximate. Please allow for slight variations in size, shape, and color, consistent with the piece's handmade nature.

Studio visits

If you would like to stop by and see me work, or pick up your purchase in person, I'd love to see you! Just leave a note at the checkout stage of your order, or send me a message, and let's set up a time.