Taza de té de gres "Ruiseñor" - taza de cerámica de gres hechas a mano - verde-
Julia Galloway - Still Life: Pitcher with Falling Letters (side 2), Talking
When something seems daunting, it's often best to try the easiest thing first. In this case the easiest thing is a one-for-one substitution,...
The Big Game Stein READY TO SHIP for only 6.00
Awesome glaze and thumb-hook on the handle; from Larry Spears Pottery
Carved pattern on a mug. Cone six oxidation. Made out of b-mix. Soon to be bisque fired www.facebook.com/amandasullivanpottery
Richard Batterham vase. Batterham (b. 1936) worked at St. Ives with Bernard Leach before setting up his own pottery in Dorset. A classicist whose decoration is always continuous with the form of his pots and grows from out of it, he is one of the most admired potters of his generation.
Porcelain Cup 2 by Carrie Adams-Smith. This porcelain cup has been thoughtfully created at Kendall Hills Clay Studio. It is wheel-thrown, fired in a reduction kiln and was finished with a copper rutile glaze that has blushed hints of Red, Lavender and light Aquamarine. This is truly a one-of-a-kind piece. Price: $22.00 On Artful Vision, www.artfulvision.com a portion of your purchase is donated to a participating non-profit of your choice. #art #porcelain #cup #home #decor #kitchen #clay
Ceramics and Pottery: Facts and Fancies (Part 1)
Raku pottery. This look of this piece is created by applying horsehair to the clay just before it is fired. Thus you see the markings of the horsehair that burns during ground fired pottery.