honeycombstudio

Small Batch Ceramics // Made in Atlanta

Georgia, United States · 875 Sales

honeycombstudio

Small Batch Ceramics // Made in Atlanta

Georgia, United States 875 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Courtney Hamill

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Courtney Hamill

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Small batch ceramics from Atlanta, Georgia

Courtney Hamill discovered ceramics later than most. Attending a small school with a limited arts budget, Courtney headed off to college thinking that if you couldn't paint a still-life scene with oils, you weren't an artist.

Pursuing a Political Science degree with single-minded determination (she was watching a lot of West Wing at the time), she found herself with nothing but electives to take during the last two years of her college career. She signed up for a fateful Intro to Ceramics on the Wheel class. Oh how she hated it! In the studio until 2am on weeknights trying to throw a 6 inch cylinder! Somehow, over the course of the semester, the hate and frustration melted away and were replaced by a life-long addiction to clay.

After graduation, the city girl moved to a farmhouse in the mountains of Virginia to apprentice with ceramicists Donna Polseno and Rick Hensley, before joining the life of the 9-5ers.

In 2012, Courtney walked away from a successful career in non-profit fundraising to start Honeycomb Studio. She personally renovated the 200 sq ft detached garage in her backyard (who told this girl she knew anything about electrical wiring?!) and turned it into her dream pottery studio. She has never looked back.

Honeycomb Studio is a small batch, handmade ceramics shop created by Courtney Hamill. Based in Atlanta's West Midtown district, Courtney designs and executes original, small-scale porcelain sculptures by hand. Utilizing slip-casting and hand building techniques, each of her pieces is completely unique, providing the customer with a beautiful and hand-crafted object.

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  • Courtney Hamill

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    Hi, I am Courtney. Potter, renovator, Jacqueline-of-all-trades. I make small batch, bespoke porcelain ceramics in my Atlanta studio. I do things the hard way.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 20, 2013

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Payment
I currently accept credit cards through PayPal. After purchasing an item from the shop, please remember to click through to PayPal to complete the purchase. You do not need a PayPal account in order to use a credit card. Simply select the option to pay without an account.

Payment must be received within 24 hours of purchase or the sale will be canceled.
Shipping
US Domestic Shipping: I alternate between UPS and USPS, depending on the shape and size of the package. Please let me know if you have a shipping preference.

International Shipping: All international order are shipped via USPS Priority Mail International. These are shipped with a tracking number, but are handed off to the local postal service upon arrival in the destination country. Please be aware that you are responsible for any taxes or fees levied upon the package at customs.

Packages with contents totaling $100 or more will be covered by signature confirmation, unless requested otherwise. Charges for shipping upgrades will be the responsibility of the buyer. Please convo me if you are interested in upgrading your shipping.
Refunds and Exchanges
I take effort to package and ship each item as carefully as possible. Once a package has shipped I have released responsibility of the item. In the event however that an item is damaged during shipping, please convo me as soon as possible and include a picture of the broken piece. Once the damaged piece is returned to me (shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer), I will work quickly to send you a replacement.

Each Honeycomb Studio piece is made one at a time by hand. I strive for consistency, but due to the handmade nature of ceramics, there may be slight variations in glaze detail or size. Situations of damage or dissatisfaction will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Custom orders are not eligible for refunds or cancellation by the buyer.
Additional policies and FAQs
Wholesale inquiries are welcome: courtney [at] honeycomb-studio [dot] com.