McKenzieClayworks

Handmade Ceramic Art & Pottery

Austin, Texas | 16 Sales

McKenzieClayworks

Handmade Ceramic Art & Pottery

Austin, Texas 16 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars
(4)

Announcement   Welcome to McKenzie Clayworks. Here you will find functional and sculptural ceramic works which are all handmade at my studio in Austin Texas.

If you saw something on my web site that you don't see here yet, please contact me.

Thanks!
ROBB
mckenzieclayworks.com

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 12, 2018

Welcome to McKenzie Clayworks. Here you will find functional and sculptural ceramic works which are all handmade at my studio in Austin Texas.

If you saw something on my web site that you don't see here yet, please contact me.

Thanks!
ROBB
mckenzieclayworks.com

Robb McKenzie

Contact shop owner

Robb McKenzie

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(4)
  • nouri001 on Oct 8, 2018

    4 out of 5 stars

    Overall pleasant process. Would've liked the stamping to be more defined.

  • rtalison on May 28, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    This purchase was a delightful one from start to finish. An initial enquiry brought about a delightful conversation and could not be happier with my handmade Quaich. It’s beautiful and feels very nice to hold. Brought it as a gift and Robb kindly included a wee surprise for me. Very fast personal response and delivery. Highly recommend this wee bit of the highlands made with love ❤️

  • cvsaladrigas on Apr 29, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    I love it and I got it in a timely manner!

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Last updated on Oct 29, 2017
Frequently asked questions
What materials do you use?

The clay used for all hand-built and wheel-thrown works is stoneware produced by Armadillo Clay & Supply located in Austin Texas. The clay used for cast pieces is Amaco #1 Porcelain Slip. All ceramic works are high temperature fired (Cone 5).

Can I use your cups and bowls the drink or eat from?

Yes. All glazes used are lead-free. The glazes used on functional pieces, which may be used for food or beverages, are commercially manufactured food-safe glazes.

Why does it take so long for a custom order?

Ceramic works go through many stages during the creation process. After making, all works must completely dry before the first firing; this can take as long as a week. Then there are the firing and glazing stages. All works are fired at least twice which requires 24 hours each time. Glazing sometimes requires several steps or layers, each of which must dry prior to moving on to the next.