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Richard Kaszeta Pottery (Grantham, NH)

Grantham, New Hampshire

Announcement    Welcome to Richard Kaszeta Pottery! I'm an artist in Grantham, NH, that focuses on vases and bowls.

Here you will find my hand-thrown ceramic work, primarily using Raku glazes and finishes (especially Naked Raku), but I also occasionally create Cone 10 high-fire glazed and Cone 6 Reduction glazed pottery as well.

I do most of my throwing, glazing, and firing using rented space from Wellhouse Farm Pottery in Springfield, NH.

You can see other pictures of my work, my studio area, and several pottery firings on my Flickr page:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaszeta/tags/pottery

A note on glazes: For those not used to raku pottery, raku is generally a non-functional glaze (the pottery is more fragile, and not food-safe), so all of my raku and naked raku pottery is not to be used with food, or for holding liquids (it can weep). My cone 10 and cone 6 pottery, however, is food-safe, and generally dishwasher safe. Cone 10 glazes are usually oven-safe as well, but cannot be used on a range top.

Announcement

Welcome to Richard Kaszeta Pottery! I'm an artist in Grantham, NH, that focuses on vases and bowls.

Here you will find my hand-thrown ceramic work, primarily using Raku glazes and finishes (especially Naked Raku), but I also occasionally create Cone 10 high-fire glazed and Cone 6 Reduction glazed pottery as well.

I do most of my throwing, glazing, and firing using rented space from Wellhouse Farm Pottery in Springfield, NH.

You can see other pictures of my work, my studio area, and several pottery firings on my Flickr page:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaszeta/tags/pottery

A note on glazes: For those not used to raku pottery, raku is generally a non-functional glaze (the pottery is more fragile, and not food-safe), so all of my raku and naked raku pottery is not to be used with food, or for holding liquids (it can weep). My cone 10 and cone 6 pottery, however, is food-safe, and generally dishwasher safe. Cone 10 glazes are usually oven-safe as well, but cannot be used on a range top.

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Last updated on May 10, 2022
I sell primarily porcelain pottery, in both raku and cone 10 glazes. Most of my pottery is considered decorative and not functional (i.e. not food safe, and not dishwasher safe), although some of the cone 10 work is functional, and is noted as such. Please read the descriptions carefully.

I have many pieces similar to those listed here, please contact me if you are interested in similar pieces, and I may be able to list them here.

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Returns and exchanges
All sales are considered final unless the pottery is found to not match description or is otherwise flawed. Exchanges, however, are welcome for like-valued items provided additional shipping costs are paid by the customer.
Payment
In general, all pots are shipped within 1 week of receipt of payment unless other arrangements are made in advance.

I'm located in New Hampshire, so under most circumstances, no sales taxes will apply.
Shipping
In general, all pots are shipped within 1 week of order via UPS with confirmation unless other arrangements are made in advance. Pots are shipped with several inches of foam and/or bubble wrap, and are shipped individually. There is always the possibility of breakage, please inquire about insuring packages if concerned.