LittleBearPots

functional stoneware pottery, made by hand in Brooklyn

New York, United States · 175 Sales

LittleBearPots

functional stoneware pottery, made by hand in Brooklyn

New York, United States 175 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(52)
Shop owner

Lindsey

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Lindsey

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Lindsey

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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(52)
Amanda

Amanda on Jun 21, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolute favorite, those little feet are amazing!

Amanda

Amanda on Jun 21, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Looking forward to putting into our clients home. Will be purchasing again in the future!

Summer Rayne

Summer Rayne on May 3, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Truly exquisite pieces for the home. Love the handle!

Weltfremd

Weltfremd on May 2, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

i love my custom made bowls, i use them every day :-)))thank you for the most beautiful bowls on the world!

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About

pottery for every day, made in Brooklyn

I am a filmmaker by day and a potter by night, and some of my favorite things are hearty food, feisty conversation, and a cup of strong coffee in the morning (best served in a warm, handmade mug).

I live in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and I love the industrial texture of the neighborhood and the shapes found in the original aspects of the buildings.

I discovered ceramics nine years ago and the moment that I sat down at a wheel, I knew that this was where I was heading. Pottery-making is all about small, repetitive movements, and I find the process soothing in its slowness and deliberateness. I find a lot of inspiration in tramp art and Eastern European and African textiles, and love when patterns and textures combine in interesting ways.

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    I am a filmmaker by day and a potter by night, and some of my favorite things are hearty food, feisty conversation, and a cup of strong coffee in the morning (best served in a warm, handmade mug).

Shop policies

Last updated on January 16, 2016
Every piece that I made starts as a ball of stoneware clay. All of my glazes are food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe. They can all be put in an oven, but please place it in the oven when it is cool to prevent cracking. Unfortunately, my pieces are not safe for stovetop use.

To learn more about my work and the things that inspire me, visit www.littlebearpots.blogspot.com.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I appreciate immediate payment through PayPal or direct checkout. If you change your mind after purchasing, please cancel your order within six hours.

All buyers in New York state will be charged 8% sales tax. That is just a median for all the counties, but convo me if you'd like me to adjust it prior to ordering for your specific location.
Shipping
USPS is my preferred carrier, and prices have been listed for parcel post. If you have a preference of carrier or desire any extras like delivery confirmation or express shipping, please just let me know in the "message to seller" box during check-out.

If you live outside of the United States or Canada, please message me and I can adjust the shipping charges to ship to your home.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds are given only in the case of items damaged during shipment. Please write to me immediately if this is the case.

I make functional pottery that is meant to be a wonderful addition to your daily life, whether it's a little bud vase on your mantle that you pass every day or that mug you reach for in the morning for a cup of tea. There is a lot of unpredictability in the process of making pottery and always a surprise when you unload a kiln. I love this about the process and how it imprints on each item a little reminder that it's handmade. I hope you appreciate that, too.