palominoblue

Specializing in Handmade Stoneware and Raku Buttons

California, United States · 148 Sales

palominoblue

Specializing in Handmade Stoneware and Raku Buttons

California, United States 148 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   Welcome to Palominoblue Buttons!
Buttons, Buttons, Buttons!

Handmade buttons for all purposes...
What wonderful little things they are!
Making buttons is one of my passions, and inspiration comes from just about everywhere....please enjoy these little gems.

I make all of my buttons by hand and fire them in one of three ways. My specialties are wood, gas, and Raku firings. Each type of firing has its own special effects that make every button an individual little piece of art.

Please check out my stock and don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

If you happen to be in Placerville, stop by Eco Logical on Main St. They are now carrying Palominoblue Buttons.

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If you you would like to learn more about how and where these buttons are made, you can like my facebook page at
https://www.facebook.com/palominobluebuttons

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Featured in Martha Stewart's American Made competition as a nominee in 2013.

Announcement
Last updated on Apr 7, 2016

Welcome to Palominoblue Buttons!
Buttons, Buttons, Buttons!

Handmade buttons for all purposes...
What wonderful little things they are!
Making buttons is one of my passions, and inspiration comes from just about everywhere....please enjoy these little gems.

I make all of my buttons by hand and fire them in one of three ways. My specialties are wood, gas, and Raku firings. Each type of firing has its own special effects that make every button an individual little piece of art.

Please check out my stock and don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

If you happen to be in Placerville, stop by Eco Logical on Main St. They are now carrying Palominoblue Buttons.

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If you you would like to learn more about how and where these buttons are made, you can like my facebook page at
https://www.facebook.com/palominobluebuttons

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Featured in Martha Stewart's American Made competition as a nominee in 2013.

Sarah Murray

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Sarah Murray

Blue Grey Spiral Buttons - stoneware clay
US$14.00
Wood Fired Lionheart Buttons - Stoneware Clay
US$11.00
Woodfired Hearts Buttons
US$16.00
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About

Buttons from the Beginning

When you look back on my life it makes perfect sense that I should make pottery buttons. This endeavor came about relatively recently, in the last few years that is. A friend kept suggesting that I make clay buttons, I make many others things as well, but at that time I hadn't even considered buttons. I had to think about it for a while, but it made sense and I even wondered why I hadn't thought of it myself. The biggest reason for my surprise at not having thought about it was that as a child one of my favorite things to do was go through my mother's button tin. Things haven't changed much, as I still love rummaging through buttons.
So, after a bit of strategizing, I took the plunge. I discovered that I love making buttons! The process is a little tedious at times as there are many steps from beginning to finished product, but the ideas for them are endless, and there are no limits to the creativity.
From there to my shop on Etsy didn't take too long. Another friend suggested the site to me and with a bit more strategizing I set up shop. So here I am, Palominoblue Buttons on Etsy.

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  • Sarah

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, I Do It All.

    I live in the foothills of California where my husband and I run a small pottery and farm. We have apple, peach, and pear orchards and a small vineyard. Our beehives now number six, we have a small flock of chickes, and a very nice mustang horse.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 7, 2016
Welcome to my policies page. My goal is to be as helpful to my customers as possible. Please take a moment to review my policies so that you understand how my shop operates.
Thank You.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept most credit cards, Paypal, and direct check out. Please note that all California purchasers will have 7.5% sales tax added to their purchase.
Shipping
Shipping will occur the next 1-3 business days after payment has been received. A shipping confirmation with tracking will be sent to the buyer.
Buttons are shipped in a bubble envelope with additional padding. Large orders may be shipped in a box with appropriate packing materials.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds are available. The buyer must contact me within 14 days of receipt of item. Refunds will be applied once the item is returned to me. Personalized items are non-refundable.
Additional policies and FAQs
I am open to wholesale inquiries, but keep in mind that my products are very individual and although I can repeat designs they may vary in appearance from the earlier version. Also, because these are handmade items made at a small studio, production of pieces is somewhat limited and may involve a waiting period due to the firing process.
I am accepting Alchemy orders. However, I would like to remind my customers that what I do is not an exact science and that there is variation in the product, so expectations may be different from reality.
I am not interested in consignment deals.