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Significant Forms Ceramics

Saint Paul, Minnesota On Etsy since 2012

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Significant Forms Ceramics

Saint Paul, Minnesota | 64 Sales

Announcement    Welcome to Significant Forms Ceramics! Here you'll find an array of unique ceramic objects that are both aesthetic and functional. Bring some art into your everyday life in the kitchen, at the office, or around the house with one of my creations, carefully handcrafted for artistic excellence.

I love to experiment with different shapes, forms, textures, and glazes, so you'll see a wide variety of pieces in my shop. If you decide to purchase one, you may become the owner of a truly one-of-a-kind item! With a few exceptions, my items are wheel-thrown from stoneware clay and reduction-fired in a gas kiln to create that rich surface on the glazes. I also have a few porcelain items, which I think are simply luscious. All the glazes are food-safe and can (with care) be used in the oven and in the dishwasher, so go ahead and let them become part of your everyday life!

Have fun browsing my shop, and feel free to convo me if you have any questions!

Announcement

Welcome to Significant Forms Ceramics! Here you'll find an array of unique ceramic objects that are both aesthetic and functional. Bring some art into your everyday life in the kitchen, at the office, or around the house with one of my creations, carefully handcrafted for artistic excellence.

I love to experiment with different shapes, forms, textures, and glazes, so you'll see a wide variety of pieces in my shop. If you decide to purchase one, you may become the owner of a truly one-of-a-kind item! With a few exceptions, my items are wheel-thrown from stoneware clay and reduction-fired in a gas kiln to create that rich surface on the glazes. I also have a few porcelain items, which I think are simply luscious. All the glazes are food-safe and can (with care) be used in the oven and in the dishwasher, so go ahead and let them become part of your everyday life!

Have fun browsing my shop, and feel free to convo me if you have any questions!

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    Nathan Cornelius

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    Shop policies

    Last updated on July 7, 2012
    Thank you for visiting Significant Forms Ceramics! I try to make each of my ceramic pieces a work of art that is both beautiful and functional. All of my items are handmade by me, and many of them are truly unique. Most of them are wheel-thrown and fired in a gas reduction kiln for a rich glaze surface. I hope you enjoy looking at my creations as much I do making them. When you're ready to make a purchase, read this page to get some information about my shop policies. Or feel free to convo me anytime you have questions!

    Accepted payment methods

    Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
    Returns and exchanges
    Unfortunately, I do not accept returns, unless the the item is damaged in shipment. If this happens, contact me within a week of receiving it to return the item for a refund. However, you will be responsible for the cost of the return shipping. Note that this does not apply to certain items that are sold with existing minor damage or defects.
    Payment
    I accept payment by credit card (through the direct checkout option offered by Etsy) or by PayPal. Minnesota residents are subject to 6.875% sales tax.
    Shipping
    Significant Forms Ceramics ship to anywhere in the United States or Canada. (If you are from overseas and are interesting in purchasing an item, convo me and I'd be glad to look up the price and add it to the listing, but unfortunately, it does cost quite a bit to ship packages of ceramics outside of North America.) Your item will be shipped within 48 hours of when payment is received (if possible, I try to ship the next day). Items are shipped via either USPS Priority Mail or USPS Parcel Post. Depending where you live (I ship from Minnesota), this means your package could take up to a week or two to arrive, but a fine handmade ceramic pot is worth a little wait, right? I generally ship items in recycled cardboard boxes, wrapped carefully in lots of bubble wrap for as much protection as possible.