GuerreroCeramics

Handmade Functional Pottery

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · 1308 Sales

GuerreroCeramics

Handmade Functional Pottery

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1308 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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(393)

Announcement   If you have any questions about my ceramics, please message me. Please follow GuerreroCeramics on Facebook and Instagram, or visit guerreroceramics.com

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Last updated on Oct 5, 2017

If you have any questions about my ceramics, please message me. Please follow GuerreroCeramics on Facebook and Instagram, or visit guerreroceramics.com

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  • Stoneware Serving Bowl

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    About

    Handmade Functional Pottery from Pittsburgh

    I started working at an arts center some years ago, and shortly there after I started making pottery. I've been fortunate enough to work alongside some great artists and learn from a variety of master potters. Early in my ceramics journey I spent a month in close contact with a 14th generation Japanese potter who specialized in tea ware.

    As a result, I'm highly influenced by Japanese pottery, and I am a student of Japanese tea ceremony (licensed by the Urasenke school). I also enjoy creating a variety of utilitarian forms and I occasionally create very commercial-oriented pieces that incorporate ceramic decals.

    My mentors include the executive director of NCECA, the founder of Manchester Craftsmen's Guild, one unbelievably knowledgable graduate of Alfred University, and a professor we affectionately call Greeny.

    *I'm also on Etsy as Jeff Guerrero with a shop named GuerreroDesign where I sell laser cut wood lamps and more.

    Shop members

    • Jeff Guerrero

      Owner, Maker, Designer, Potter

      I enjoy making functional pottery, and employ a handful of construction methods but focus predominantly on the potter's wheel.

    Shop policies

    Last updated on January 31, 2015
    I am most interested in creating unique functional pottery. Unless otherwise specified, all of my items are lead-free and food-safe. Microwave and dishwasher friendly, as well.

    Accepted payment methods

    • Visa
    • Mastercard
    • American Express
    • Discover
    • Apple Pay
    • Klarna
    • Sofort
    • Ideal
    • Paypal
    • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
    Returns and exchanges
    To keep life simple, all sales are final. If your piece arrives broken, please email me a photo of the damage and I will replace the item or issue a refund.
    Payment
    I accept PayPal, Etsy gift-cards, and credit cards.
    Shipping
    I prefer to ship via USPS priority mail. Depending on shipping costs, other USPS services may be utilized. Large packages may be shipped via UPS or FedEx. International packages are handled on a per case basis. I will consider local pickups in Pittsburgh. When significant/appropriate, I refund shipping overages.