AllisonGlickCeramics

Wheelthrown Porcelain Functional Pottery and Gift Items

Wakefield, Massachusetts · 859 Sales

AllisonGlickCeramics

Wheelthrown Porcelain Functional Pottery and Gift Items

Wakefield, Massachusetts 859 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
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Announcement   Thank you for visiting Allison Glick Ceramics. Our pottery is food, microwave and dishwasher safe. Each piece is handmade in our studio. Gift packaging is included with your purchase.

We'll be attending the following arts and crafts festivals and markets:

Andover Crafts in the Park
Saturday, May 13, 10am to 4pm
In Central Park Downtown Andover, MA

The Newburyport Farmers' Market
Sundays, 9am to 1pm, May 28, July 2, Sept 3, Oct 8
The Tannery Marketplace, Mill 1
50 Water Street, Newburyport, MA

Arts Fest Beverly
Saturday, June 17, 10am to 4pm
Cabot Street, Downtown Beverly, MA

We will be adding more shows soon as our schedule is confirmed.

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 8, 2017

Thank you for visiting Allison Glick Ceramics. Our pottery is food, microwave and dishwasher safe. Each piece is handmade in our studio. Gift packaging is included with your purchase.

We'll be attending the following arts and crafts festivals and markets:

Andover Crafts in the Park
Saturday, May 13, 10am to 4pm
In Central Park Downtown Andover, MA

The Newburyport Farmers' Market
Sundays, 9am to 1pm, May 28, July 2, Sept 3, Oct 8
The Tannery Marketplace, Mill 1
50 Water Street, Newburyport, MA

Arts Fest Beverly
Saturday, June 17, 10am to 4pm
Cabot Street, Downtown Beverly, MA

We will be adding more shows soon as our schedule is confirmed.

Allison and Sheryl

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Allison and Sheryl

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Updates

Made-to-order available, anything from one piece, to place settings for eight.
New earring pedestals ready to be glazed and fired.

About

Allison Glick Ceramics - Functional Porcelain Pottery and Gift Items

I have been exhibiting and selling my work at arts and crafts festivals in the Boston area since 2011. My mother Sheryl and I opened our Etsy shop in January of 2014 so that we would be able to connect with buyers in a larger geographical area.

My process: I throw each pot on the wheel using high-quality porcelain clay. When the clay is partially dry, I trim the bottom, making a rounded “foot ring”, sign each piece with my maker’s mark, and alter the piece as needed. The pots are then bisque fired in my electric kiln. After the first firing I hand paint the patterning using underglazes. The pattern is set into the piece by a second firing. I lightly sand the piece before I apply the glazes. My glazes are mixed from scratch using non-leaded ingredients. The final firing reaches 2,232°F, ensuring that the pot is less than 1% porous, and therefore safe for use with liquids/food and can be used in microwaves and dishwashers. I take extreme care in sanding and polishing the bottom of each piece, so that it is smooth and comfortable to the touch and will not scratch any surfaces.

We welcome all inquiries. Thank you for visiting our shop. Allison and Sheryl

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Shop members

  • Allison

    Owner, Potter, Maker

    I have loved making pottery since my first ceramics class in high school. I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in ceramics from Umass Dartmouth. I currently have a studio in Wakefield, Massachusetts.

  • Sheryl

    Manager, Customer Service, Photographer

    I manage the online shop and the accounting for our business. I photograph and list Allison's work and provide customer service. I also attend Arts and Crafts Festivals with Allison.

Local

Find AllisonGlickCeramics at the following upcoming markets!

  • Andover Crafts in the Park

    Central Park,

    Andover, MA

    May 13

    Crafts in the Park is an annual event held each year, rain or shine, in Andover, Massachusetts, on the Saturday of Mother's Day weekend, featuring 120 high quality crafters, musical entertainment, and sales of food and flowers. It's held in Central Park, 34 Bartlet St. Andover, MA

  • Arts Fest Beverly

    Cabot Street,

    Beverly, MA

    Jun 17

    Outdoor juried art festival with over 150 fine artists and crafters, entertainment, food trucks, fun and more. 2000+ people attend Arts Fest each year! Event is held outside, Rain or Shine.

Shop policies

Last updated on March 19, 2017
Thank you for visiting Allison Glick Ceramics. Our wheel thrown porcelain functional pottery and gift items are handmade individually. All are food safe and can be used in microwaves and dishwashers, with the exception of pieces containing metal components.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
We accept PayPal, major credit and debit cards and Etsy gift cards. Please contact us if you encounter any difficulties checking out.

If your order is shipped to an address in Massachusetts, sales tax will be added.
Shipping
Each piece of pottery has been handmade with care and will be packaged and shipped to you with equal care. Your purchase will be packaged in a gift box or an organza bag within the shipping carton.

If you are shipping a gift directly to the recipient and would like a message enclosed, please leave what you'd like written on the card in the "notes to seller" field.

In many cases, multiple items in the same order will be packaged together in the same gift box or bag. Please indicate in the "notes to seller" field if you would like individual gift boxes/bags for each piece.

Your order will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail, except where noted in specific listings, with insurance and tracking. Please verify that your address is correct on your Etsy and/or Paypal accounts.

Shipping costs for additional items purchased in the same order may be reduced. The total shipping costs for your order will be displayed in your cart.

Please contact us if you have any questions.
Refunds and Exchanges
We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, so please contact us with any issues.

In the unlikely event that there is damage during shipping, please contact us within two days of delivery and email images of the damaged item and the packaging so that we may file an insurance claim. We will issue you a refund or send a replacement piece if one is available. We request that you keep the damaged piece and the packaging while the insurance claim is processing.

If you purchased a ready-to-ship piece and wish to return it, please contact us within 7 days to arrange for a refund or an exchange. In most cases, shipping charges would not be reimbursed. A refund or replacement will provided when we receive the piece back in its original condition. Please consult with us for advice about adequate packaging to protect the piece for return shipping.

Cancellations on ready-to-ship items are only available within 2 hours of purchase, because we ship orders as quick as possible.

Cancellations on custom orders are available within 24 hours of purchase. We are not able to give refunds or exchanges for custom or made-to-order pieces that are made as agreed to. Please contact us to discuss the specific circumstances.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please contact us if you would like to inquire about made-to-order items. We can usually make a similar piece to a sold item, sets of multiple items, or minor customizations. Please contact us to discuss your request.

Allison and Sheryl Glick
Allison Glick Ceramics
allisonglickceramics [!at] gmail.com

More information

Last updated on Feb 19, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Where do I find information on payment options, shipping, gift packaging, returns and other policies?

Detailed information on all these and more is available by clicking on the shipping and policies tab, directly below the listing images. Please write to us if you have any additional questions. Thank you.

Can I find a more detailed description of how Allison makes the pottery?

Visit our about page for photos and a full description the process of making a piece of wheel thrown pottery.