Nonneta's KERAMIKA by Nonna Hall

New York, United States · 21 Sales


Nonneta's KERAMIKA by Nonna Hall

New York, United States 21 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars


Last updated on Nov 15, 2015


Nonna Hall

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Nonna Hall


Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
Pat Allen

Pat Allen on Sep 4, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Love the bowls! Great colors! thanks so much!


peggynell on Jun 20, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

loved EVERYTHING. nonna sounds so passionate about her work & was fun. the photo isn't as good looking as the bowls themselves. nonna responded in a timely fashion throughout the transaction process. i may be ordering more of her work. thank you nonna!!

susan teague

susan teague on Oct 25, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

i saw this lamp and knew it was the perfect, unique item to hang above our dining table. nonna's work is so wonderful! i ordered this lamp and couldn't believe it made it to my home in two days! this fragile item arrived perfectly in one piece... she took extra care in packaging it. i loved it so much, that i wrote and asked if she would make some more for me... what a delight she is to work with! thank you nonna, for a wonderful work of art.


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  • Nonna Hall


Shop policies

Last updated on December 29, 2013
First of all, I would like to thank you for visiting my little shop.

I was born during Soviet time in Turkmenistan, where tea is a very traditional part of the culture. As a matter of fact, you can really only quench your thirst on a hot Turkmen day with green tea. My family moved to Russia when I was still young, where drinking tea is also quite celebrated.

The tea ceremony in Russia is radically different for the tea ceremony in Turkmenistan, in both the way it is carried out and in the different style of tea sets. However, what I love is a combination of the two. In my work, you will be able to see a little bit of both Russian and Eastern influences that are part of me.

Accepted payment methods

I gladly accept:
two forms of payment - Direct check out and PayPal

I'll ship the product immediately as soon as the account registers the order as paid.

If you have a request of another type of payment, please contact me.

If the order hasn't been payed during the week (within 7 days) it will be canceled.
All items are shipped via USPS Priority Mail during 1-2 business days if the item is in the stock.

These are the following destinations where I ship the orders:

1. United States and Canada
2. All International destinations are also available, please send me a message, and I will calculate shipping costs.

If purchasing as a gift, I will gladly provide complementary gift wrapping. Just send me a message with (1) the address of the recipient and (2) any message you would like to include.

I will also insure any purchases for $100 or more. If you would like to insure other items for less than this amount, please let me know at the time of purchase. This will be added to the cost of the items.
Refunds and Exchanges
I take my pottery very seriously, and I want you to be completely satisfied with any of my works that you decide to accept into your home or gift it to some one.

If for some reason I did not satisfy your expectations, please return the piece within fourteen (14) days of the purchase day for a refund. Buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.

If you would like to exchange your purchase, please return the piece within fourteen (14) days of the purchase, so we can work out an exchange. Buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.
As all my pieces are handmade and involved some time, it may take a few days to make something similar, if you have a particular request.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you see something you like, but perhaps you want a different color or size (or an extra handle or spout), let me know and I'll get to work.