AnniesPottery

Contemporary ceramics

Vashon, Washington | 4 Sales

AnniesPottery

Contemporary ceramics

Vashon, Washington 4 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Colorful, hand-painted, thrown and hand-built earthenware pottery made by Annie Hancock.

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Colorful, hand-painted, thrown and hand-built earthenware pottery made by Annie Hancock.

Annie Hancock

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Annie Hancock

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    Last updated on March 14, 2011
    I have a compulsive need to make and decorate. As a child I would spend my time decorating the rocks in our backyard with crayons and dreaming up elaborate craft projects. As an adult I still spend my time dreaming up elaborate craft projects. Pottery gives me wonderful surfaces for painting and drawing, plus I get to create my own forms. I throw my pottery on a potter's wheel and I also handbuild my pottery from slabs of clay that I lay on handmade molds. I use a terra-cotta low-fire clay that I glaze with one of two methods. Either I cover the clay with white slip and colored underglazes and clear glaze or I cover the clay with an opaque white majolica glaze that has colorants painted onto the raw glaze surface.

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    Returns and exchanges
    I will refund items if they are returned within 30 days after receiving them. The buyer will pay the cost of return shipping and I will refund the cost of the item minus my own shipping fee. If the item arrives damaged in shipping (which hopefully will not happen) I will refund the full cost of the item and the shipping--just send me a picture of the damage.
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    I accept paypal.
    Shipping
    I am charging 10.00 per item to ship each piece via the United States Postal Service.
    Additional policies and FAQs
    All of my pottery is made with lead-free food-safe glazes. I recommend hand-washing the pots, but I have not had problems with the dishwasher. I don't recommend putting the pottery in the microwave because it can get very hot to the touch. Every pot is handmade and unique and they are not meant to match--which I think is a good thing--it makes eating and drinking more fun.