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Lindsey on Jan 24, 20235 out of 5 stars
Beautifully made, exactly as pictured, was shipped quickly and packaged carefully. Perfect!
Olivia on Jan 11, 20235 out of 5 stars
I love this pallet and cup so much! I’ve gotten back into watercolors and this set really makes me look forward to it!
Maya on Jan 18, 20235 out of 5 stars
What a beautiful piece! My classmates and I got this as a gift for our academic program advisor, who is an avid baker. The shop owner was helpful and responsive to our customization request, and sent the item carefully packaged so it arrived safely and on time after being shipped cross-country. It’s a treasure!
aldenmoore18 on Jan 12, 20235 out of 5 stars
It’s even cuter than the picture and the seller is so sweet and responsive! Very happy with it and can’t wait to order more for my other friends to have for their kids birthdays!
Jordan on Jan 7, 20235 out of 5 stars
I have one for each child for birthdays and special occasions. LOVE these!!!!
Corinne on Jan 24, 20231 out of 5 stars
Purchased in November 2022, never received an update until seller canceled on January 24, 2023.
Making pottery for your everyday celebrations.
Jeanette Zeis Ceramics is a tiny pottery in Portland, Oregon. Having recently moved to the Pacific Northwest from Atlanta, Georgia- Jeanette is trying to balance long hikes in the woods with a productive pottery studio practice.
Kenn Twofour provides the photography skills and the behind-the-scenes cheerleading.
A full-time potter since 2008, Jeanette loves working with clay. It is a constant source of awe and education. If she isn't actually making pots, chances are pretty good that she is thinking about making pots.
Her pottery line contains beautiful and original housewares. Wonderfully crafted, with an eye for detail. Gorgeous pieces for everyday use and for lovely displays. An admirer of vintage housewares, her color palette reflects a love for fiesta ware. The details are often inspired by crystal and textiles. A bit of tufting from an antique sofa. A scallop from her grandmother's cut-glass collection. And it is her hope that her pottery pieces will be passed on for generations, becoming a treasured heirloom, in the same way that the items she is inspired by often are.
VeganDish is a reflection of her veganism and desire to spread awareness. A simple way to start a conversation with a co-worker or friend about the advantages to humans and animals of adopting a vegan lifestyle. Made for vegans, by a vegan.
Many thanks to Sarah Kramer for her support and using VeganDish in the 10th anniversary edition of the quintessential cookbook "How It All Vegan."
Jeanette Zeis Ceramics is a one-woman pottery shop in Portland, Oregon. Jeanette spends her days drinking iced coffee. And trying to make headway in her to-do list.
Thankfully, Kenn takes the photos. Otherwise, Jeanette would never list anything in her etsy store. He also does a supreme job of cheerleading. Kenn has his own etsy store- http://www.etsy.com/shop/TwofourManufacturing
My microwave-safe disclaimer: They are fine for re-heating water-based items and drinks. But, really, it is my opinion and experience that handmade pottery will weaken over time with prolonged microwave-use, eventually leading to cracking. So for the sake of keeping your pottery for many years, please do not use in the microwave.
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