FernStreetPottery

Fern Street Pottery. Pottery handmade in the Northwest.

Indianola, Washington · 166 Sales

FernStreetPottery

Fern Street Pottery. Pottery handmade in the Northwest.

Indianola, Washington 166 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
(47)

Announcement   Fern Street Pottery
Beautiful things happen here. Functional and decorative pottery handmade by Artist, Meredith Chernick in her Fern Street Pottery Studio. Kitchen and home decor pieces such as salt wells, oil cruets, bowls, mugs and vases, Hamsas to hang in your home. Coffee tastes better in a handmade mug!

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 11, 2016

Fern Street Pottery
Beautiful things happen here. Functional and decorative pottery handmade by Artist, Meredith Chernick in her Fern Street Pottery Studio. Kitchen and home decor pieces such as salt wells, oil cruets, bowls, mugs and vases, Hamsas to hang in your home. Coffee tastes better in a handmade mug!

Meredith Chernick

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Meredith Chernick

pottery vase, bud vase, small vase
pottery vase, bud vase, small vase
$20.00
Northwest Mug, Speckled White glaze on Red clay
Northwest Mug, Speckled White glaze on Red clay
$28.00
Pottery olive oil cruet, turquoise
Pottery olive oil cruet, turquoise
$30.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(47)
ammccra

ammccra on May 26, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This item is sturdy and beautiful. It's great functional storage for olive oil that adds some color to our kitchen. Thank you!

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Mountains of Mugs! The perfect gift.

About

Fern Street Pottery. Beautiful things happen here.

Clay is an inherent part of who I am, a natural expression and extension of my vocabulary. I am happiest when creating. I personally design, throw, form, glaze, fire and photograph each piece of work from my studio. I love clay. I love having my hands in clay, creating beautiful forms and textured, tactile pieces.

I enjoy the satisfaction of throwing and producing well designed, functional works. Functional pottery should start with form in mind. I design and throw each piece to work at is fullest potential. Coffee cups are designed to keep coffee warm and have a comfortable handle. Bowls have a beautiful curve as well as a lovely rim to hold as the bowl frames the contents within it. I strive for my pottery to have elegance and balance in your hands; it should fit into your life and into your hands in a beautiful, satisfying way.

I live a charmed life on Fern Street, in Indianola, Washington, where my studio is in my forested backyard. I am living the dream with my husband, two sons, a Great Pyrenees, and four pugs who litter my studio as well as rule my life.

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Shop members

  • Meredith Chernick

    Owner, Creator

    Meredith is the owner and sole maker at Fern Street Pottery. All artworks are made, glazed, packed & shipped by Meredith. Meredith's work ranges between functional ware with intentional design and sculpture with meticulous attention to detail.

  • Darren Chernick

    King Of The Honey-do List

    Builder, plumber, and electrician of the Fern Street Pottery Studio, Stacker of Firewood, opener of stuck lids, Coffee maker extraordinaire. Darren is the muscle and support behind Fern Street Pottery. I couldn't do it without him.

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Find FernStreetPottery at the following upcoming market!

  • Bellevue Art Museum Art Fair
    Bellevue Square
    575 Bellevue Sq
    BELLEVUE, WA

    Jul 28–30

    Bellevue Arts Museum hosts the largest, award-winning arts & crafts festival in the Northwest. We are committed to handmade excellence and supporting national designers, artists, and craftspeople. Shop from over 300 inspiring artists showcasing unique, handmade craft and art. This marketplace represents modern, traditional, and emerging work.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 26, 2017
Welcome to Fern Street Pottery! The studio of Meredith Chernick, in Indianola WA, where each piece is hand made, one at a time.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Payment
Items will be shipped promptly after payment is made.
Shipping
Shipping is automatically calculated and added at checkout based on your zip code and the weight of the item. If I am able to combine multiple items into one package I will happily refund any shipping charges that are over-estimated.
Pottery will be shipped within 1-3 days (usually 1-2 days) via USPS.
I use new boxes made from recycled materials. I wrap very carefully with bubble wrap, and air bubble bags for light weight shipping. Packages have a professional label presentation, with tissue inside, ready to be opened as a gift.
Refunds and Exchanges
*Items are all hand made, they are well matched and represented, but as each one is unique, there may be minor, subtle differences in size, shape, or glaze color that are a natural and desirable part of hand made pottery and not to be considered irregular.
*Custom Orders and "Made to Order" items are not eligible for return or exchange.
*Please contact me via message about any return due to damage during shipping, please include a photo for insurance documentation.
*if any items are damaged in shipping buyer must report to seller, and include a photo within ten (10) days of receiving goods.
*Items returned or exchanged must be in original packing material and in original condition, and with previously agreed upon conditions with seller.
*Postage is not refundable.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you would like to send this as a gift simply list the name and address you are shipping to, and message me with any note you would like me to include on the card, please include the name(s) you would like me to sign it from.
(No additional charge, of course!)