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One of a kind handmade ceramic arts

New York, United States · 92 Sales

Announcement   While I am still loving the Mocha Diffusion, I have discovered the obsessive compulsive joys of Mishima. It gives you the most beautiful line quality! Check it out!

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Last updated on Mar 8, 2017

While I am still loving the Mocha Diffusion, I have discovered the obsessive compulsive joys of Mishima. It gives you the most beautiful line quality! Check it out!

Rachel Allen

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Rachel Allen

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These are perfect water glasses for you or your flowers!
Just big enough for that huge bag of oranges!
Just applied the decoration for this batch of wildflower mugs. Check out the tag to see how much the colors change in the kiln!
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About

I grew up on a very small goat farm in Western New York, where the only place to be was outside. Before my house was built, the topsoil had been bulldozed off and sold, leaving land that was mostly rocks and clay. Our surprisingly fruitful gardening efforts were my first taste of what I would come to love; being up to my elbows (or knees) in clay.
At 18, I left my tiny, isolated town and moved to Brooklyn, NY to attend Pratt Institute, majoring in painting. I worked in the ceramics studio under the incredibly talented Patrick Purcell. Here, I learned, and came to love, glaze chemistry, kiln maintainance, the reclaim process, and of course, throwing.
Since I graduated, I have been running a studio and teaching just North of the city. Here, I have had the time to develope my own style and start to scratch the surface of the infinite possibilities of hand thrown pottery.
Teaching has been an endless source of inspiration. When a student needs an answer for their work it forces me to figure out new processes and solutions which I never would have come to on my own.

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  • Rachel Allen

    Owner, Photographer, Shipper

    I have been teaching ceramics and running a studio north of the city since I graduated from Pratt Institute in 2005. Here, I have been developing functional work that fits your hands and your life.

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Last updated on March 8, 2017
Thank you for looking at my shop! As one of the 8.5 million people crammed into New York City, I recognize the importance of shelf space, and I would love it if my work could fill some of yours!

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If an item is broken in shipping, please send me pictures and save the packaging. I will either issue a refund right away or make a replacement. I may ask you to return the broken item with the packaging to the Post Office so that I can file an insurance claim.

If you have any issues with the item other than breakage, please message me so that we can find a resolution.
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I accept payment through Etsy, PayPal, check, money order and credit / debit card. For any payment method other than Etsy, please message me for details.
Shipping
I ship using USPS priority mail. While I will usually ship within 2 business days, I can take up to 4 days if I am out of the studio. If you need a rush on something, please let me know and I will do what I can!
Additional policies and FAQs
I am very open to custom orders! If you see something and you want a set of it, or something else in that style, please contact me and I'll see if I can do it.