darshanpottery

Vermont Stoneware Pottery Ceramic Art tableware

Vermont, United States · 4527 Sales

darshanpottery

Vermont Stoneware Pottery Ceramic Art tableware

Vermont, United States 4527 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(1203)

Announcement   Welcome to Darshan Pottery, a small ceramic studio nestled in the mountains of Vermont. My pottery is hand thrown stoneware, and I make a wide variety of functional items. Browse through this selection of handmade coffee mugs, soup bowls, pitchers, teacups, tea bowls, plates, goblets, beer steins, serving bowls, and much more.

Thanks for visiting!
Michael

Announcement
Last updated on Apr 24, 2016

Welcome to Darshan Pottery, a small ceramic studio nestled in the mountains of Vermont. My pottery is hand thrown stoneware, and I make a wide variety of functional items. Browse through this selection of handmade coffee mugs, soup bowls, pitchers, teacups, tea bowls, plates, goblets, beer steins, serving bowls, and much more.

Thanks for visiting!
Michael

Michael Berlin

Contact shop owner

Michael Berlin

Pottery Flared Flower Vase Ceramic Stoneware A
US$54.00
Dark Swirl Miso Soup Bowl
US$32.00
Ceramic Beer Stein Stoneware Pottery Tumbler
US$32.00
Ceramic Beer Stein Stoneware Pottery Tumbler
US$32.00
Stoneware Tea Bowl Chawan Dark Burgundy A
US$48.00
Pottery Mug Ceramic Coffee Cup
US$28.00
Pottery Mug Ceramic Coffee Mug Stoneware Mug
US$32.00
25% Off Seconds Ceramic Pottery Wine Pitcher
US$45.00
View all 285 items

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1203)
View all 1203 reviews

Updates

A teapot needing some color.

Tagged in this photo

Happy blue mugsslightly_smiling_face

Tagged in this photo

Blue Mug Ceramic Coffee Mug Stoneware Mug
Sold
Love these colorsgrinning

Tagged in this photo

Stoneware Ceramic Pitcher Hand Made Pottery Jug A
Sold
View all 11 updates

About

In a Tradition

As a youth I spent my early years charging around my grandfather's dusty pottery studio with my sister and cousins. Slathering ourselves, and each other, with wet gobs of clay was all we really understood of the ceramic arts at that time. My grandfather, Jack O'leary, had been a founding member of the New Hampshire Crafts Guild and the thriving New England craft community in the 1950's and 60's. It was a family business, and while our uncles tolerated our shenanigans (and tried to enlist us in pugging clay)we eventually drifted away,rejecting the life of mud and dust. It wasn't until years later that I discovered the magic of this craft and attempted to embrace my lineage. In these times of shifting sensibilities and economic anxieties, I find a rootedness, a heartiness and dependibility, in this earthly endeavor. Feeling the wet clay rise in my hands as the wheel spins relaxes me,relieves me of my own anxieties. When I am creating pots in my studio, I strive to bring spontaneity and life to the process of working with clay.

Tweet
Around the web
Shop members
  • Michael Berlin

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Potter

    Apprenticed at Tariki Studio and Simon Pearce

Shop policies