Ceramic Bead Necklaces

Verona, Wisconsin

celadonjon is taking a short break

Jon Sutcliffe

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Jon Sutcliffe


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  • Jennifer on Jul 17, 2014

    5 out of 5 stars

    I got my dinosaur in the mail today! I've got a candle stick to put him on in my secret garden under the crooked tree in the woods! I believe he'll love it there amidst the moss and ferns.

  • Anonymous on Dec 19, 2011

    5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful dinosaur head! Jon shared with me a story about this particular dinosaur and his experiences, and I was able to share that with the person I gave this to. It was a total joy!

  • Anonymous on Dec 16, 2011

    5 out of 5 stars

    very cute - will look good in the flowers

  • Anonymous on Oct 26, 2011

    5 out of 5 stars

    came in super fast with a few extras:)

About celadonjon

Sales 6
On Etsy since 2008

Scouring the Past for the Future

The Lithium Lord has requested that the time machines, once again, be employed in the soon to be coming Chaos War.

Closer inspection of the time machines has revealed that some repairs and upgrades are required.

Pound for pound, wood is and always has been a more powerful fuel than gasoline, propane, or kerosine. Quite convenient for time travelers to access power in any age.

The problem with time machines is that their chimneys need to be so robust.

Construction begins on the time machines (cleverly disguised as ceramic kilns).

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  • Celadonjon

    Owner, Artist

    March, 2013 finds me building yet another time machine to retrieve the art I made in a previous life.

Shop policies

Last updated on August 18, 2011
I unconditionally guarantee my art.
I will replace or refund any moneys if there are any defects in materials or workmanship.
I will refund any moneys for the return of any art that does not get the owner many compliments.
I want my customers to be completely happy and return to buy more art after creating much envy among their many admirers. Artistically, I allow certain glaze defects feeling, as the oriental potters do, that they are "happy" accidents of the trial by fire.
Furthermore, "That slight imperfection which forces our eye to focus and jostles our mind from a more casual inspection of something in passing, a bit of symmetry gone awry" is a major goal of my search for beauty.

Later, Jon

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