Announcement Welcome to our shop! Everything is handmade by us - Phyllis creates the pottery, Odie creates the hand turned wood items, and Willow offers design advice when she isn't asleep. Working together to create functional items you will enjoy for years to come.
Welcome to our shop! Everything is handmade by us - Phyllis creates the pottery, Odie creates the hand turned wood items, and Willow offers design advice when she isn't asleep. Working together to create functional items you will enjoy for years to come.
Stoneware Honey Canister Jar - Burnt Iron Brown and Birch Brown - Pecan Lid - 12 ounce
$53.95 FREE shipping
Stoneware Canister Jar Set of 2 - Burnt Iron Brown and Birch Brown - Walnut Lids
$92.95 FREE shipping
Teeny Stoneware Nesting Bowl Set of 3 - Cosmic Dust Grey, Icy Blue, Sun Yellow and Birch Brown
$31.95 FREE shipping
sparta603 on Dec 2, 20215 out of 5 stars
This lovely stoneware tray has so much charm to it ! It’s very pretty ! I love it and look forward to using it everyday!
Jane on Nov 28, 20215 out of 5 stars
I love these so much I kept this little birdy for myself. Phyllis NEVER disappoints, the craftsmanship and designs are always wonderful. And nobody packs things better or more carefully. A very favorite seller!!
Jane on Nov 28, 20215 out of 5 stars
These rattles are completely charming and quite addictive. My friend loves this one, keeps it with her at work ‘cuz it makes her smile.
Vicki on Nov 21, 20215 out of 5 stars
I love all the pottery I buy from Phyllis's shop. This salt cellar was no exception. Great craftsmanship and arrived fast and safe. Thank you!
Erin1078 on Nov 15, 20215 out of 5 stars
Adorable! Love the little details.
Sarah on Nov 9, 20215 out of 5 stars
Always high quality! Love my variety of mugs
Laurie on Nov 8, 20215 out of 5 stars
Phyllis is the "MASTER" of Teeny, Tiny Pottery Bowls! I have purchased over a dozen, 3 bowl sets over the years. Since it is a rarity for her to create them anymore, I jumped on the opportunity to buy this set & my friend purchased the other since she's HOOKED TOO! My bowls had tiny, brown dandelions with a unique glaze combination and "NO ONE DOES IT LIKE, PHYLLIS DOES" so I am VERY grateful for this opportunity. She is also the master at packing - peanuts, 1 large piece of bubble wrap then 3 small pieces of bubble wrap and each was then wrapped in tissue. No way they were going to BREAK IN SHIPMENT!!!
PHYLLIS' GENIUS WOULD BE ALARMING, IF IT WASN'T SO DARN CONSISTENT - like I said, " She IS the Master of Teeny, Tiny Bowls!
With Great Admiration, Delight and Appreciation!
Stacey on Nov 8, 20215 out of 5 stars
Fantastic love this seller. Quick
Montezuma Mudd Pottery and Splinters
Phyllis of MONTEZUMA MUDD POTTERY - I was first introduced to clay in January 2000 while living in Bolivia. I enrolled in a ceramics class as a way to hone my Spanish language skills, but came away with much more than a better understanding of the language - I came away with a love for ceramics and all things clay. Upon my return to the United States, I purchased a pottery wheel, kiln, and a few tools. I spent much of the next two years at the wheel learning to create a variety of forms, large and small. I sold my first piece a few years later and was encouraged to open a shop and sell my wares online - the beginning of Montezuma Mudd Pottery.
I am captivated by the versatility of clay - the endless possibilities. A simple ball of clay can become something so very different and unique depending on the artist and the moment. I like clean, simple lines and forms. I like functional pieces that feel comfortable enough to use everyday, like a favorite pair of sneakers or a worn-out pair of blue jeans. I like my coffee mug to fit my hand perfectly, as though it were a part of me. Clay . . . what's not to love!
Odie of SPLINTERS - Wood fascinates me. I have worked with wood for years, but always as a carpenter in orderly fashion using milled lumber to build structures or create furniture; straight lines, right angles, following plans. About four years ago, I was intrigued to try wood turning. I bought an inexpensive wood lathe, a set of totally inadequate turning tools, and taught myself wood turning using branches and logs from our property. I was captivated! Each piece of wood is unique - a record in color and texture of the unique life of a tree. In many pieces, the real beauty lies in the flaws and imperfections. Although I may begin turning with a particular form in mind, often the wood speaks to the cutting tools and suggests something different. I continue to experiment with different woods that I gather myself or receive from friends. I especially enjoy taking a piece of wood all the way from tree to finished product. Among my favorite woods are Gambel Oak and Box Elder, considered by some as nuisance trees, but with so much character in the wood. Then there is the activity of turning, at once relaxing yet demanding attention at each move. There is such reward through all the process; from gathering wood, to anticipating a project as the wood dries, to finally finishing a completed work.
Owner, Mudder Superior At Montezuma Mudd Pottery
Owner, Creator At Splinters
Designer, Best Friend
Willow spends most of her day hanging out in the yard, but she does manage to peek her nose in the studio to offer advice and get tummy rubs.
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Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns
I don't accept exchanges or cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Items on sale
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Refunds are given only in the event of items damaged during shipment.
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