MarshaOwenPottery

Utilitarian High-fire Pottery

Raleigh, North Carolina | 56 Sales

MarshaOwenPottery

Utilitarian High-fire Pottery

Raleigh, North Carolina 56 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars (12)

Announcement   What's new? Well, Marsha Owen Pottery is back on Etsy. We've just begun to stock the store with all sorts of new items. Also, new items have been posted on our website, www.marshaowenpottery.com. Worth a look!

Looking for something to do over the holidays? A pleasant drive in the country to Cedar Creek Gallery is great way to spend the day. Keep up to date on current and upcoming events out there by checking their website: http://www.cedarcreekgallery.com/.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 28, 2018

What's new? Well, Marsha Owen Pottery is back on Etsy. We've just begun to stock the store with all sorts of new items. Also, new items have been posted on our website, www.marshaowenpottery.com. Worth a look!

Looking for something to do over the holidays? A pleasant drive in the country to Cedar Creek Gallery is great way to spend the day. Keep up to date on current and upcoming events out there by checking their website: http://www.cedarcreekgallery.com/.

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About

North Carolina potter branches out...

Welcome to Marsha Owen Pottery, a small business run by Marsha Owen and her husband Rick Moss. We have been working out of our studio in Raleigh, NC, for over twenty years making a variety of ceramic objects for everyday use. Marsha works on the wheel while Rick does much of the hand-building. We collaborate on many of our items. We have a website at http://www.marshaowenpottery.com/. Thanks for visiting!

I've been selling my work for over 30 years, first at craft shows, then through a number of North Carolina shops and at yearly open studio sales here in Raleigh, NC. The purpose of this shop is to make my work available to a larger audience and to make it easier for regular out of town customers to see and purchase new items.

Shop policies

Last updated on August 21, 2016
Welcome

Thanks so much for visiting our shop. We are dedicated to making useful and beautiful pottery that can be used and enjoyed daily. Everything here is hand crafted and therefore has all the variation and interest you expect in a one-of-a-kind handmade item.

You can find more information on our website, www.marshaowenpottery.com.

Accepted payment methods

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
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Returns and exchanges
An item is shipped after payment is made. If an item arrives damaged, please notify us via email and attach a photo of the damage. We will then refund your money.

Glaze variations, iron spots, small surface cracks and other singularities are not considered defects. In fact, they are to be expected in a handmade item. We try to photograph the work so that any oddities will be visible. That said, we realize that at times the item will not be to the customer's satisfaction. Therefore:

If you are not satisfied with an item, notify us first and then you may return it. You must pay the return shipping and insurance costs and securely pack it (or have a shipper like UPS or FedEx pack it). We will refund your money after receipt of the undamaged item.
Payment
Payment is by credit card, through PayPal, or by check (item will be held until check clears).
Shipping
Generally we ship through FedEx, occasionally through the USPO. The pottery will be packed, insured, and shipped according to FedEx shipping guidelines.

We do not ship overseas.
Additional policies and FAQs
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Use and Care:

Unless otherwise noted, all our work is high-fired stoneware. It is suitable for oven use, following the use and care instructions below:

•Use at 325 degrees maximum (due to the density of stoneware clay, this is the equivalent of 350 degrees).

•Transfer leftovers to another pan for refrigeration. Do not heat leftovers in the dish.

•In general, avoid sudden temperature changes. For example, do not put a prepared refrigerated casserole directly into a hot oven. Allow it to come to room temperature first.

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Special Orders:

At this time we are not taking special orders. However, if we can, we are happy to make suggestions regarding your special project. Feel free to write!

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Wholesale and Consignment:

We are not expanding our wholesale business at this time. If you are a shop interested in selling our work, please contact us through our website: www.marshaowenpottery.com.

No consignment.