CarraghAmos

Handcrafted ceramics, sculpture, and works on paper

Singapore | 30 Sales

CarraghAmos

Handcrafted ceramics, sculpture, and works on paper

Singapore 30 Sales On Etsy since 2017

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Announcement    Shop update coming 16 November 2019. Follow me on IG @carragh_amos or FB @carraghamos for updates. Thank you for supporting an artist-run small business.

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Last updated on Nov 15, 2019

Shop update coming 16 November 2019. Follow me on IG @carragh_amos or FB @carraghamos for updates. Thank you for supporting an artist-run small business.

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About CarraghAmos

Sales 30
On Etsy since 2017

Carragh Amos is a New Zealand born artist traveling the world (currently based in Singapore). Interests include the handmade, home and value. Amos received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (hons) from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland, NZ.

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  • Carragh

    Owner

  • Cody

    Occasional Photographer

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Find carraghamos at the following upcoming market!

  • Eat&Sip x Local Makers | Open Studio
    Lion Building B @ Macpherson
    12 Arumugam Road
    SINGAPORE

    Nov 30–Dec 15

    For these two weeks, we’ve invited 5 ceramicists in Singapore to put their lovely wares with us. If you’ve been watching our stories, you may have caught a glimpse of some of these products and you would have seen the ceramicists we have on board! If you haven’t, you can catch a sneak of some of these products on our blogpost. On top of our handmade tableware from all over the world and singapore, we will also have a small trunk of discounted ‘seconds’ pieces in the studio that’s not available online. We're pretty sure there will be something that catches your eye! Dates: 30 November - 15 December 2019 Hours: weekdays 4 - 9 pm; weekends 11 am - 8 pm Address: LTC Building B, #02-06A, 12 Arumugam Road, Singapore

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Last updated on Mar 29, 2017
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Care instructions

Stoneware is more chip resistant than earthenware as it is fired at higher temperatures. Stoneware is also far more durable than porcelain or bone china, and therefore perfect for everyday use.
The best way to preserve the life of your ceramics is washing them by hand with care (particularly those with finer details).

- Avoid sudden temperature changes
- Can be used in the microwave, following manufacturer's directions
- Wet cloths should not be used on very hot dishes
- Should be completely cooled before washing or wetting
- Should not be placed on direct heat
- Take care with small pieces / shapes as they are less hard wearing