Handmade Pottery Vases and Containers

Pottstown, Pennsylvania · 19 Sales


Handmade Pottery Vases and Containers

Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Anonymous on Aug 16, 2013

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It is beautiful!!! Thanks so much!!

Anonymous on Nov 20, 2010

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I love the smooth glaze and neat details. Nice. /thanks!

Anonymous on Sep 8, 2010

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I LOVE IT--so cool! Thanks Stonefarmpottery.

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Clay is so cool!

One Christmas long ago, my parents gave me a small electric kiln. I had no idea what it was, but soon discovered it had magical powers that could transform soft clay into fired handmade treasures…thus began my adventures into pottery creation.

Clay can be formed by rolling into coils, pinching, pressing, throwing, molding, pouring—I prefer throwing on the potter’s wheel or hand building with thin slabs of clay.

I love making accent pieces that are decorative when empty, yet helpful at holding things such as flowers, pens, brushes, cotton swabs, guitar picks, coins and that dreaded desk clutter.  Regardless of function, I simply want my pottery to cheer up your day.

My pots have a quiet presence. My style is somewhat unpretentious with a little dash of embellishment. Some pieces may be similar, but no two identical. I sign each on the bottom.

I greatly admire the works of Lucy Rie, Beatrice Wood, Warren MacKenzie and so many other masters of clay.

Thanks for listening.

--Molly @ stone farm pottery

P.S. My first kiln from long ago is long gone. I now have a beautiful brick downdraft kiln built by Donovan Palmquist that is a thrill to fire!


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    Pottery is my fun time. I work 40 hours a week as a "creative" director, then come home to my pottery studio where I can actually "be" creative.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 19, 2014
MY GUARANTEE: Pottery is something which you want to touch and lift and turn over in your hands. Looking at a picture on the internet gives you a good idea of what a pot looks like, but you can't feel its weight, texture or thickness. Be sure to check the size measurements so you're not surprised if a piece is larger or smaller than expected. If you purchase a pot and it doesn't meet your expectations, simply return it for a refund. I want you to really like what you buy.

YOUR PRIVACY: I do not sell, trade or share any customer information with any other company, organization or individual. I do not bombard you with emails or junk mail. I just make pottery and I want my customers to be happy, not hassled.

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I accept payment via PayPal, personal check, or money order. If you send a check, please allow extra time for it to clear before your pottery is shipped. Orders are not shipped until payment has been received.
Your order is usually sent within 24 hours after I receive payment. I ship all packages via ground Standard Post or Priority Mail (United States Postal Service). Your order should arrive at your door within 5-10 days depending on the distance it must travel. If Express Shipping or another carrier is preferred, let me know and I will try to accommodate. For International orders, email or convo me your address and I will give you a cost of shipping estimate before a purchase is made.
Refunds and Exchanges
I prefer returns to be made within 30 days of purchase. Sorry, but shipping charges are not refundable and the customer is responsible for return shipping costs. Please pack item in its original wrapping and box so as to protect it from breakage. Include your name and return address. Mail returns to: Stone Farm Pottery, 3035 Bedminster Road, Perkasie, PA 18944
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Stone Farm Pottery is a one person pottery studio run by me, Molly. I am the potter, blogger, kiln loader, emailer, glaze maker, packer and shipper. Your satisfaction is top of my priority list. And if you are reading this, I thank you for having explored my Etsy store!