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Cheese Board Tray with Geometric Dot Design by BackBayPottery

Cheese Board Tray with Geometric Dot Design by BackBayPottery

Set of 4 - Turquoise Pottery Dishes, Doily stamped Handmade Side Platters, Serving Plates, Ceramic Tapas plates

Set of 4 - Turquoise Pottery Dishes, Doily stamped Handmade Side Platters, Serving Plates, Ceramic Tapas plates

Large Cup Fungus Bowl Porcelain textured bowl by peifferStudios

Large Cup Fungus Bowl Porcelain textured bowl by peifferStudios

Kedidilli Ekler Pasta Resimli Tarifi - Yemek Tarifleri

Kedidilli Ekler Pasta Resimli Tarifi - Yemek Tarifleri

pottery bird purple gray by ecorock on Etsy, $25.00

pottery bird purple gray by ecorock on Etsy, $25.00

porcelain egg shell tea light bowls

porcelain egg shell tea light bowls

We use dragon eggs to hold our lights. They work remarkably well because they amplify the light but the heat of the flames doesn't burn your hands. #Pottery

We use dragon eggs to hold our lights. They work remarkably well because they amplify the light but the heat of the flames doesn't burn your hands. #Pottery

Birthe Flexner How is it that some of the best potters are not more internationally recognised?! One of my favourite potters, and one of the most talented, is Birthe Flexner. I met her through my good friend, Judith Wagenseller, owner of the House of Clay in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. Birthe Flexner’s Work Birthe Flexner’s Work Birthe did … … Continue reading →

Birthe Flexner How is it that some of the best potters are not more internationally recognised?! One of my favourite potters, and one of the most talented, is Birthe Flexner. I met her through my good friend, Judith Wagenseller, owner of the House of Clay in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. Birthe Flexner’s Work Birthe Flexner’s Work Birthe did … … Continue reading →

George Lowe's pitchers. Lowe was featured in the June/July/August 2012 issue of Ceramics Monthly as part of the Working Potters focus.

George Lowe's pitchers. Lowe was featured in the June/July/August 2012 issue of Ceramics Monthly as part of the Working Potters focus.