PiscesPottery

Pottery inspired by nature and life

Waterboro, Maine · 7 Sales

PiscesPottery

Pottery inspired by nature and life

Waterboro, Maine 7 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars
(1)

Announcement   Welcome to Pisces Pottery!

All my pottery is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe and glazed in lead free glazes. All items are hand made by myself in my home studio. I am a Mom to three creative and rambunctious children, ages 4, 7 & 9. I am also an Art Teacher (Ceramics, Photography and Theatre) and the Theatre director at Massabesic High School in Waterboro, Maine. We are currently in production of The Storm, a one act play by Donald Payton. To learn more about my work, find me on social media:

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/PiscesPottery (least amount of posts, may be able to snag pieces fresh from the kiln before they hit Etsy)
Twitter - https://twitter.com/SoulShineArts (up to date thoughts, photos and periscope)
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/piscespottery/ (visual updates almost daily)

Looking for Vintage items? My Dad has an amazing shop of mostly vintage glass - www.VintagewithSoul.etsy.com

Announcement

Last updated on Feb 25, 2017

Welcome to Pisces Pottery!

All my pottery is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe and glazed in lead free glazes. All items are hand made by myself in my home studio. I am a Mom to three creative and rambunctious children, ages 4, 7 & 9. I am also an Art Teacher (Ceramics, Photography and Theatre) and the Theatre director at Massabesic High School in Waterboro, Maine. We are currently in production of The Storm, a one act play by Donald Payton. To learn more about my work, find me on social media:

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/PiscesPottery (least amount of posts, may be able to snag pieces fresh from the kiln before they hit Etsy)
Twitter - https://twitter.com/SoulShineArts (up to date thoughts, photos and periscope)
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/piscespottery/ (visual updates almost daily)

Looking for Vintage items? My Dad has an amazing shop of mostly vintage glass - www.VintagewithSoul.etsy.com

Catherine Leavitt

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Catherine Leavitt

Jar
$20.00
Jar
$20.00
Small Jar
$20.00
Mini Jar
$16.00
Mini Jar
$16.00
Medium Bowl, Drips of Green and Brown
$36.00
Large Bowl, stoneware
$65.00
Mouse House Yarn Bowl
$42.00
Mouse House Yarn Bowl
$42.00
Mouse House Yarn Bowl
$42.00
Yarn Bowl
$36.00
Yarn Bowl
$36.00
Jar, Large Sugar, Temmoku and Shino Glazes
$54.00
Vase, Medium Silver Gold and Coral Tones
$32.00
Vase, Medium, bulbous shape Metallic glaze
$32.00
Vase, Medium Earthenware, Multi Layer Glaze
$28.00
Large Mouth Vase, Natural, Green and Brown
$42.00
Mini Bud Vase
$15.00
Salt or Sugar Spoon, Ceramic Spoon
$8.00
Salt or Sugar Spoon, Ceramic Spoon
$8.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1)
K Yonks

K Yonks on Sep 2, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Updates

I lined up my jars to make sure the prices line up also. This S line up starting with the smallest mini jar starts at the top right of the picture. They are lined up by how much they will hold.

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Mini Jar
$16.00
Some new bowls are making they're debut on Etsy in about two weeks time! YARN BOWLS! They will measure about 5" x 7", some plain and some carved, faces and mice!

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Coral and metallic Large salad bowl
$85.00

About

Pisces Pottery is the ceramic work of potter Cat Leavitt, a teacher and Mother of three working hard to live an earthy natural life in the woods.

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  • Cat Leavitt

    Owner, Creator

    Cat is a high school Art & Theatre teacher in Waterboro, Maine. She is a mom of three and works hard to find balance with work home and art life.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 7, 2015
Welcome to Pisces Pottery on Etsy! I am a potter and artist. I believe in handmade goods. I have been an artist all my life and am finally in the position to be able to produce what I believe is a quality work of art, whether it be functional or sculptural. All of my work is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe and is glazed in food-safe, lead free glazes.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
We accept Direct Pay through Etsy by credit card, as well as through PayPal. Payment is expected at checkout. There is a 5.5% sales tax for all Maine residents.
Shipping
I will ship packages as quickly as I can. Due to my busy schedule as a teacher, theater director and Mom to three busy kids, I have set all my shipping days 1-3 days. I will do my best to get orders out the day after you order. Let me know if you are in a rush.

I am currently working on updating all listings to the calculated shipping costs. It takes the guess work out, but takes a little time for me to measure and weigh all my pieces to get you correct information. If the shipping does not make sense to you, please send me a convo and we will figure it out together. Because I occasionally do craft shows and sell to my friends and family, I do not prepackage my items.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, we will accept returns for credit or exchange, but shipping is on you! Any returned item must be received in the same condition as sent. Again, I am a reasonable person, so let me know if you have a problem with your item and I will talk with you to resolve the issue. All of our shipments are insured. If yours is damaged, please take photos as you unwrap your package and let me know.
Additional policies and FAQs
IS YOUR POTTERY FOOD SAFE? CAN I PUT IT IN MY MICROWAVE? WHAT ABOUT MY DISHWASHER?

All of my functional pottery is made for kitchen use. It's lead-free and food safe. You can put it in the dishwasher, microwave, freezer...even your oven! Just avoid sudden temperature changes, like taking a bowl out of the fridge and putting it in a 350* oven or putting a hot dish into a sink of cold water. This is called "thermal shock" and can shatter your piece. All outdoor pieces should be taken in during the cold winter months.

Another note about the microwave...You can put all my pieces in the microwave. Earthenware mugs get very hot and I don't suggest it. Or use a mitt when taking it out of the microwave. Everyone likes to heat at different times. A quick warm up of you coffee for a minute or less will not make the handle of your stoneware mug too hot to handle, but a longer time may. Just be careful and test it out.


CUSTOM ORDERS?

I would love to, but I'm not always certain I will have the time to commit to a certain time line. I have been thinking about some more custom pieces that I can prep and then create as they are ordered. Until then, if you have an idea, let me know and I'll let you know a realistic timeline for the creation.