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Liza on May 23, 20205 out of 5 stars
I’m so excited to finally own a Lori Phillips piece!💙 I absolutely love the teacup size, it will be perfect for tea drinking while reading my faery book☺️ There’s so much detail, every time I look at it I discover something new. I don’t typically go for neutral colored pottery, but these colors are so vibrant, and that pop of blue, glassy dots and purple inside, just omg🤤 I highly recommend Lori’s work!💜
Bob on May 8, 20205 out of 5 stars
I haven't opened this yet because it's a gift and I don't want to unwrap Lori's nice wrapping, but I know it's beautiful so reviewing now.
toristack on May 7, 20205 out of 5 stars
I am so happy with this mug, its huge so I can drink everything out of it. I've loved her work before but I absolutely love this one. I will definitely be trying to get some more large mugs in the future.
Ame Jo on May 7, 20205 out of 5 stars
This tumbler is GORGEOUS. Pics don’t do it justice, not remotely. I knew it would be beautiful, but I was bowled over by it when I opened the (also lovely) packaging. Thank you so much for sharing your art with the world, Lori!
Josh on May 6, 20205 out of 5 stars
Arrived in perfect condition, and absolutely beautiful! So much detail! I hope I can buy more in the future!
I began on Etsy way back in 2006 with my first shop, TabMade.etsy.com. The glory days of Etsy! :D My materials were eclectic, and I sold mostly jewelry. Then as I graduated with my BFA in ceramics I decided to move on to a more "professional" shop that used my name and focused mostly on my work in clay. Having the time for Etsy while in graduate school was hard, and I didn't list very often. I graduated with my MFA in 2014. Now, post grad school, after a bit of a hiatus, I have found a studio to work from, and will be listing regularly again! My goal is to be a full time studio potter.
Owner, Designer, Maker
I graduated in 2008 with a BFA in ceramics from Eastern Kentucky University, and obtained my MA and my MFA from the University of Dallas in 2014.I enjoy making sculptural ceramics inspired by forms and textures in nature.
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It almost never happens, but if your item arrives broken, you have a few options. I will gladly issue you a full refund immediately, or I can remake your item and send it out to you as soon and I can, no extra shipping charge, or I can issue you a refund and remake your item for you to repurchase when it is ready.
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