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*Hello! Thanks for coming by today and admiring my art work! I love to create uniquely functional items, Art that you can use and enjoy, everyday! Almost all of my pieces are dishwasher, microwave and oven safe. ALL of the pieces are absolutely lead free and non toxic...can your coffee mug made in china promise you that :D. Thanks again and have the best day ever! Please follow me on Twitter and Like me on Facebook!
Future Archaeological Relics
In 1982 Redstone Pottery was founded by my father Robert Nothhouse. He had no technical training in ceramics, no degree from a fancy university. After a weekend course in ceramics, he decided to dedicate his time to developing his craft. He designed his own wheel, slab roller and pug mill from spare parts that he picked up at a junkyard. He tediously worked to design and perfect the signature glazes for which he would become recognized. Robert also mined and processed all of the clay from his home in the one-hundred-and-two river valley in Savannah, MO. For 30 years he traveled throughout the midwest selling his beautiful art to support his family at art and craft festivals.
I was born in 1984, the day after my birth, my Dad was at an artshow. As a young girl growing up in Missouri, it seemed only natural to be surrounded by large amounts of clay. I would come out to visit my dad's workshop and squish clay around in my hands. I loved making fun "sculptures" that my dad was sweet enough to fire for me. Clay was always a part of my life.I grew up traveling with my family to artshows and festivals on the weekends. This is what everyone's family life is like, right? It was an incredible way to grow up! It taught me so many valuable lessons about hard work, determination, and as my dad always called it "character building"
Little did i know that i would one day return home to study ceramics with my Dad. I am so incredibly grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from him. He taught me how to throw on the wheel, process clay, and most importantly how to create his 6 one of a kind glazes. In a world where so little is truly created by hand. It feels wonderful to be connected to my craft from "cradle to grave" Each piece is made with love, knowing that my dad's creativity and passion will live on.
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Life Lover, Mudslinger
I love creating things by hand. And i LOVE people who love my creations. I am grateful to carry on my father's pottery traditions. When I'm not throwing pots like a mad woman, you can find me teaching free yoga and smiling.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
SHIPPING IN THE USA***I ship via priority/first class usps .If you need expedited shipping let me know and we can figure out the extra cost. I ship on Mondays and Fridays, if you need me to ship sooner than that, please leave a note in your order and i will do my very best!
SHIPPING OVERSEAS***I ship via the cheapest international rate available. Orders will ship on either monday or friday whichever comes first after the order is placed. Interenational shipping is often hard to estimate, if purchasing multiple items contact me for a more exact quote.
COMBINED SHIPPING*** Multiple items being sent to the same location are shipped at a discounted "combined" shipping rate. The first item purchased (or the most expensive to ship) is a fixed shipping price. Any items added ship at the discounted price that is listed. As you add items, the shipping fee is automatically adjusted.