BrianLacyPottery

Brian Lacy Pottery

Roseland, Virginia
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Announcement    29 years ago I started working with clay. I find that the medium offers almost limitless possibilities. My work represents the skill of these many years of learning.

My work is all one of a kind, handmade on a wheel. They are all high fired using a variety of glazes that I have developed. Everything is food and dishwasher safe.

All photographs, designs and text are copyright 2022-2023. All rights reserved.

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Last updated on Jan 19, 2023

29 years ago I started working with clay. I find that the medium offers almost limitless possibilities. My work represents the skill of these many years of learning.

My work is all one of a kind, handmade on a wheel. They are all high fired using a variety of glazes that I have developed. Everything is food and dishwasher safe.

All photographs, designs and text are copyright 2022-2023. All rights reserved.

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About BrianLacyPottery

Sales 2,048
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Well crafted, artistic and functional pottery.

Since I was very young I have made things for myself to use. Early on I made toys out of scraps of wood. As I got older I continued to work with wood but made things I could use, like bowls or a chair. I made a lawnmower that I used for several years to earn a few bucks. In high school I learned to work with metal.

On a whim, I took a pottery class at The Art League School in Alexandria, VA. Clay was just what I was looking for. The second piece I ever made is a mug that I still own and use on occasion. Finished pottery is very functional and I can make many things with a lump of clay. I enjoy working the material directly with my hands.

For over 20 years I have also worked on developing my own glaze recipes. With one exception, the glazes you see here are the result of those many years of testing. Atakaki is a glaze recipe that was given to me by a pottery teacher long ago. All of my glazes are safe to use with food.

I have spent many years honing my skills as a potter. All of my work that I consider less than perfect is broken up with a hammer. Only the best pieces are offered for sale.

I hope you enjoy using what I have made.

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    For over 25 years I have been working in clay and perfecting my craft. Each piece is made entirely by me, by hand. I take great pride in my artisanship and will never offer any work that I feel is unsatisfactory.

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Last updated on Oct 25, 2020

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Custom and personalized orders

If you are looking for a piece that I make and cannot find, or would like it in a different glaze, please contact me. I make all of my own glazes and only use them.

If you want me to make something you don't see, I am willing to discuss it with you. But I make my pots only. I will not copy another design. I make all of my own glazes and only use them.

Care instructions

My pots are well made and durable. Most are fine to clean in the dishwasher. Occasionally I include a wooden piece which would require handwashing.

How long does it take to ship an order?

Unless you have requested a special order, all items listed are available. I almost always ship by the next business day. If I get an order by Noon Eastern US time (UTC - 05:00) I will usually ship it that same day.

How do you ship?

I use the US Postal Service for all of my shipping.

I spend a considerable amount of time and effort to make each piece. I pack each piece with that in mind.

I now use recyclable materials for nearly every bit of packing material and boxes. I even use a paper tape with a starch based glue!