Claypotentialpottery

Clay Potential Pottery

Announcement    Welcome! Most of my work is created on the potters wheel. Horsehair Raku is my favorite - Never heard of it? Let me tell you about it. I remove the piece from the kiln while red hot and apply horsehair or other hair. The hair dances on the pot leaving black squiggles that are the carbon markings smoked into the clay body.
You can also find pit fired work, functional stoneware and handmade tiles. I Love working with clay & I hope it shows in my work!
Looking for something special?? Enjoy looking! I may have it. Please follow me on Facebook at Carol Ratliff, or Clay Potential Pottery. Send me a note - Id love to say hello. If you are driving through Oregon on the I-5, please stop in Riddle (exit 103) and check out my Brick and Mortar Shop on Main Street. Dont blink, or you will miss it. If I am closed, give me a call - I may be working in the back. 541-874-3931

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 22, 2020

Welcome! Most of my work is created on the potters wheel. Horsehair Raku is my favorite - Never heard of it? Let me tell you about it. I remove the piece from the kiln while red hot and apply horsehair or other hair. The hair dances on the pot leaving black squiggles that are the carbon markings smoked into the clay body.
You can also find pit fired work, functional stoneware and handmade tiles. I Love working with clay & I hope it shows in my work!
Looking for something special?? Enjoy looking! I may have it. Please follow me on Facebook at Carol Ratliff, or Clay Potential Pottery. Send me a note - Id love to say hello. If you are driving through Oregon on the I-5, please stop in Riddle (exit 103) and check out my Brick and Mortar Shop on Main Street. Dont blink, or you will miss it. If I am closed, give me a call - I may be working in the back. 541-874-3931

Items

 

Stoneware Mug

$32.00

Carol Ratliff

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Carol Ratliff

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 3, 2011
I love making pots and tiles and hope you will enjoy using them. Each piece is signed by me, the artist, Carol Ratliff. I work and teach classes from a small studio and gallery shop on Main Street in Riddle, a small rural mill town in Oregon. If you are ever in the area please stop in and say hello.

Accepted payment methods

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
If you are not 100% satisfied, return the piece within 7 days of receipt. Upon receipt of the unharmed piece, a full refund, less shipping & handling will be issued. If a piece is received broken, please send a photo with 7 days of receipt for a full refund (Refunds will be issued upon reimbursement from shipping insurance)
Payment
Payment is accepted through pal pal and must be made within 3 days of purchase or the sale will be considered invalid and the item relisted.

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Shipping
I will be shipping your selection through the US Postal Service. within 3 business days after payment clears. I always suggest that you include insurance on every package. This can be added to the shipping and handling fee listed. I can also combine shipping costs if ordering more than one item. Just leave me a note with purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
I will do custom orders for pet hair pottery. (Like horsehair pots, only using your own pets hair) You would have to send me your pets hair (or people hair) in a baggy and select a size & shape pot before I can give you a price. Contact me to discuss what you would like.