ThePottersBrush

The Potter's Brush

Pennsylvania, United States · 69 Sales

ThePottersBrush

The Potter's Brush

Pennsylvania, United States 69 Sales On Etsy since 2007

0 out of 5 stars
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Announcement   This store includes many of my passions. Functional Stoneware and Porcelain vessels, Pit fired pottery, horsehair Raku, Sculptures, Ocarinas, and Brushes made from moose mane, deer tail, deer body hair, elk, raccoon, coyote, fox, squirrel, fitch, and many other hairs, Handles are made of several species of bamboo and deer antlers.

My brushes are made in the traditional Japanese method. Fude- the smaller brushes and dami-fude the larger brushes. The hairs are carefully selected and cut from the hide of the animal. The undercoat is carefully combed out and the remaining guard hairs are glued in such a way so that all hairs are glued together. The hairs are also tied several times with silk thread before the final gluing of the hair tuft to a matching bamboo handle.

I'm a retired art teacher and a potter since 1970. I'm a member of NCECA, Clayart. Please visit my website www.lindastauffer.com for more examples of my ceramics and paintings. SEE MORE OF MY WORK AT <http://www.lindastauffer.com> and <http://www.thepottersbrush.com> Please visit my daughters etsy shop <http://elegancebeads.etsy.com> for some beautiful jewelry.

Announcement

This store includes many of my passions. Functional Stoneware and Porcelain vessels, Pit fired pottery, horsehair Raku, Sculptures, Ocarinas, and Brushes made from moose mane, deer tail, deer body hair, elk, raccoon, coyote, fox, squirrel, fitch, and many other hairs, Handles are made of several species of bamboo and deer antlers.

My brushes are made in the traditional Japanese method. Fude- the smaller brushes and dami-fude the larger brushes. The hairs are carefully selected and cut from the hide of the animal. The undercoat is carefully combed out and the remaining guard hairs are glued in such a way so that all hairs are glued together. The hairs are also tied several times with silk thread before the final gluing of the hair tuft to a matching bamboo handle.

I'm a retired art teacher and a potter since 1970. I'm a member of NCECA, Clayart. Please visit my website www.lindastauffer.com for more examples of my ceramics and paintings. SEE MORE OF MY WORK AT <http://www.lindastauffer.com> and <http://www.thepottersbrush.com> Please visit my daughters etsy shop <http://elegancebeads.etsy.com> for some beautiful jewelry.

Linda Stauffer

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Linda Stauffer

Reviews

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Anonymous on Oct 17, 2009

5 out of 5 stars

Anonymous on Aug 26, 2009

5 out of 5 stars

VERY nice work. This brush is plenty nice to look at, much less use

Anonymous on Jul 30, 2009

5 out of 5 stars
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Shop policies

Last updated on February 3, 2011
Welcome to my etsy shop. "KT4EVER" in memory of my beloved daughter Katie. I am an artist/craftsman working in many art processes. First a potter, sculptor, and painter. I came upon brush making by taking a brush workshop a few years ago. Like everything else I do , I take my time, use great craftsmanship with an artist flair

Accepted payment methods

  • Money Order
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Payment
I accept paypal, or checks. I do not accept credit cards
Shipping
I ship all brushes in cardboard mailing tubes using USPS.
Refunds and Exchanges
I guarantee all my work!
Additional policies and FAQs
I can make brushes to your specifications. Type of hair, length and diameter of tuft, and length of handle. Contact me for more information