Announcement I ship world wide. The international shipping charge defaults to $100, but if you contact me I'll calculate the appropriate shipping charges to your location, otherwise I will refund the excess charges automatically.
I ship world wide. The international shipping charge defaults to $100, but if you contact me I'll calculate the appropriate shipping charges to your location, otherwise I will refund the excess charges automatically.
- All 192
- Baking and Cooking 9
- Bowls 46
- Yarn Bowls & Fruit Bowls 11
- Candle Holders 9
- Cups Mugs Tea Bowls 37
- Flower Pots & Vases 14
- Jars & Crocks 12
- Jewelry and Buttons 6
- Pitchers & Sake Sets 16
- Plates Trays Platters 14
- Seasonal 8
- Spoon Rest Trivet Trays 7
- Tea Pots 3
msantos613 on Oct 17, 2016
Perfect. I wanted this to use as a large candle dish.
clavallee2 on Oct 11, 2016
Wonderful piece! Made a great gift.
amr82084 on Sep 9, 2016
love this pot. maybe my orchid will finally flower again now...
Life Long Dream Comes True
Pottery has been in my life since college days at Portland State University in the 70's. As a change from my studies in French and Economics I signed up for every pottery class I could get into for enjoyment and change of pace. I was lucky enough to have Wally Schwab and Don Spraque as my teachers and role models.
While I was still in college I decided that when I could afford it I would get a kiln and wheel and makes pots at home. But business came first and I owned and operated a successful telephone answering service for 28 years. All along clay was calling my name and in 1995 I couldn't wait any longer and I started going to the local community college to get back into clay. Due to changes in the answering service industry and the fact that I was ready for a new life, I sold my business in 1998. I took a year and a half off to play, but then had to get a job to keep medical insurance coverage. It was quite a change working an 8 hour day rather than the long hours a self employed person does, but it was still "work".
For the next few years I shared a "garagio" with my dear friends and fellow potters, Margrethe and Jane. The three of us spent just about every weekend together and we learned so much from each other. We met at the local community college where Margrethe was the Continuing Education Pottery Instructor. I was the Queen of Slip and Jane was a phenomenal hand builder. We had such a great time together! We divided up the studio equipment in 2003 because we were moving along in life. Since I couldn't consider life without clay my dream finally came true. It was then, in 2003, that I finally purchased my own kiln and wheel and I haven't stopped making pots since.
I retired from my day job in 2008 due to circumstances beyond my control and have been happily makes pots to subsidize my life style ever since.
Sandy, 10 years experience
Sandy usually sits on my green ware shelves. She is very careful to avoid breaking any pots.
Boopsie, 13 years experience
Boopsie makes sure I get out of the garagio in time to feed her.
Jolene, the Potter, most senior member of the team
Sam, the Man Cat lazing as usual
4 Years On Duty...if You Can Call It That!
Walking on the computer, sending emails before they're ready, etc.
My bowls, mugs, plates, in fact all serving pieces, are created to be used and functional. Therefore I use only lead-free, food-safe glazes that are commercially prepared. They are fired to cone 5-6 and are dishwasher and microwave friendly. Every item is hand made and fired in my garagio. I sign each piece. I like to create functional pieces that also look pretty on display.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
I do ship International. The cost varies by the weight of the pottery purchased, size of the box and destination. Please contact me for a personalized quote.
All pieces are packaged as carefully as possible. If there is a problem in shipping everything will be done to either replace the item with a comparable or refund the purchase price.
I use recycled products for packaging when possible.