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”Natskallen” is hand thrown thinly of English stoneware clay. The decoration consists of three to four layers of slipping (clay dye). The slipping is layered using a wide brush. In this way the artist achieves depth in the decoration. The dry expression of the outside contrasts with the dark iron glazing on the inside of the form. The bowl is fired at 1280 degrees centigrade. The glazing is non-toxic and impervious to water. Every single bowl is hand thrown with the utmost care and has its own individual expression. Not one is like any other. Both colour and form vary so you will always be able to choose your own special bowl. The bowl that fits both your personality and the surroundings in which it is placed.
  • 101 months ago Zindelceramics »

    Currently our work is inspired by the Victorian Cabinets of Curiosity. The art of collecting and displaying ones' passions. I believe that some obects can carry a personal history through a family from year to year. I hope that I can make art that a family member can buy to be handed down the line. Something bought on a whim, that becomes the platter for the turkey, or sits on the mantel. "Crazy old Uncle Larry bought that peculiar spider platter, and we just can't seem to part with it", I would like to be apart of that.

  • 117 months ago Napastyle »

    Decorate the table and set the tree. A fun twist on tradition, these artful forks and spoons are handmade by our favorite Northern California artist from recycled silver-plated utensils with shaped clay eggs on a nest of reindeer moss. Made in USA. Size, patina and styles will vary. Ivory or robin's egg blue eggs.

  • 117 months ago lisarenner.com »

    lisa renner is a mixed media artist that dabbles in different media, clay, cigar purses and such...

  • 119 months ago zigzign.com »

    ”Natskallen” is hand thrown thinly of English stoneware clay. The decoration consists of three to four layers of slipping (clay dye). The slipping is layered using a wide brush. In this way the artist achieves depth in the decoration. The dry expression of the outside contrasts with the dark iron glazing on the inside of the form. The bowl is fired at 1280 degrees centigrade. The glazing is non-toxic and impervious to water. The ”Natskallen” is a 100% unique product. Every single bowl is hand thrown with the utmost care and has its own individual expression. Not one is like any other. Both colour and form vary so you will always be able to choose your own special bowl. The bowl that fits both your personality and the surroundings in which it is placed.

  • 120 months ago creativethursday.com »

    Ok, I’m consumed… consumed with sculpting little clay things. This is my newest bunch, and as promised a little heads up to the blog readers.

  • Page Candler's face vases are hand built from slabs of clay. After the initial form is cut, free-hand, the details are pinched into the surface. The vessels are then fired, glazed, and fired again. This vase is 13 inches high and 3⅝ inches at the widest point of the base. In addition to eyes, nose and a mouth, there are subtle, leafy embellishments too delicate to show in the photograph.

  • 120 months ago zensuke.com »

    This pot warmer has words of a famous poem on one side of it. Place your tealight candle inside warmer to keep donabe pot warm at your table. Not for tetsubin use. Tealight candle not provided. 4 inches tall, 5-1/4 square Made in Japan

  • 124 months ago campbellpottery.com »

    A selection from the one-of-a-kind, numbered pieces made by master potter Bill Campbell for the Campbell's collector (and there are many). His pottery is sold in galleries and shops all over the country.

  • 128 months ago Shopstashtea »

    800746 New! Whimsical works of art yet completely functional, Yixing (pronounced ee-shing) teapots first appeared centuries ago in the Yixing region of China. This region is the world's only source for the unique clay, called purple or red clay, from which these teapots are made. Yixing teapots are particularly valued due to the porous nature of this clay. Since the inside of the teapots is left uncoated, they eventually absorb the flavor, smell, and color of the tea.

  • 128 months ago Shopstashtea »

    800744 New! Whimsical works of art yet completely functional, Yixing (pronounce ee-shing) teapots first appeared centuries ago in the Yixing region of China. This region is the world's only source for the unique clay, called purple or red clay, from which these teapots are made. Yixing teapots are particularly valued due to the porous nature of this clay.

  • 129 months ago udu.com »

    Crazy about these! Particularly in awe of the elephants and turtles and the three dimensional quality of all of them. Check out his website for more info. on the process, the artist and the works for sale.

  • 130 months ago creatorsoutlet.com »

    Holly Young-Happel first began playing in clay in 1999, and her hands have been muddy ever since. Her studio is based out of her purple house in South Carolina, from which she ships her whimsical products to hundreds of retailers across the US.