• Simple Mug by Sally Jaffee
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    Simple Mug by Sally Jaffee

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    Simple Mug by Sally Jaffee

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    • Simple Mug by Sally Jaffee

      Wheel thrown with white stoneware. When dry, they are covered with a black slip. She layers white slip onto the area where the images will be etched, then fills in the outline with black and gray slips and etches the patterning. A red glaze is added around the drawing, and then high fired in an oxidation atmosphere. A second low fire gives the work a satin finish.

      3" diameter, 6" height

      Handmade in Middletown, CA


    • "This series has its root in the Japanese tradition. Their sense of order and attention to beauty inspires me beyond myself and connects me with the creative source that is within us all. The imagery has been hand etched through layers of slip on white stoneware. A mid range firing makes them highly durable and food safe."
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  • Illustrated Mug by Sally Jaffee
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    Illustrated Mug by Sally Jaffee

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    Illustrated Mug by Sally Jaffee

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    • Illustrated Mug by Sally Jaffee

      Wheel thrown with white stoneware. When dry, they are covered with a black slip. She layers white slip onto the area where the images will be etched, then fills in the outline with black and gray slips and etches the patterning. A red glaze is added around the drawing, and then high fired in an oxidation atmosphere. A second low fire gives the work a satin finish.

      3" diameter, 6" height

      Handmade in Middletown, CA
    • "This series has its root in the Japanese tradition. Their sense of order and attention to beauty inspires me beyond myself and connects me with the creative source that is within us all. The imagery has been hand etched through layers of slip on white stoneware. A mid range firing makes them highly durable and food safe."
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  • Simple Soup Bowl by Sally Jaffee
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    Simple Soup Bowl by Sally Jaffee

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    Simple Soup Bowl by Sally Jaffee

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    • Simple Soup Bowl by Sally Jaffee

      Wheel thrown with white stoneware. When dry, they are covered with a black slip. She layers white slip onto the area where the images will be etched, then fills in the outline with black and gray slips and etches the patterning. A red glaze is added around the drawing, and then high fired in an oxidation atmosphere. A second low fire gives the work a satin finish.

      6" diameter, 3.5" height

      Handmade in Middletown, CA

    • "This series has its root in the Japanese tradition. Their sense of order and attention to beauty inspires me beyond myself and connects me with the creative source that is within us all. The imagery has been hand etched through layers of slip on white stoneware. A mid range firing makes them highly durable and food safe."
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  • NEW!! Sake Set by Liz Kinder
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    NEW!! Sake Set by Liz Kinder

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    NEW!! Sake Set by Liz Kinder

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    • Sake Set by Liz Kinder

      Earthenware bowls with wax resist dot designs
      Toasty brown clay with gorgeous color glazes

      Sold as a set with small carafe and 4 cups

      Food, microwave and dishwasher safe.

      Handmade in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Massachusetts native Liz Kinder has been throwing pots for 25 years. She currently lives and works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kinder makes her glazes, using wax resist on the surface. All pieces are food, microwave and dishwasher safe.
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  • Illustrated Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee
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    Illustrated Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee

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    Illustrated Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee

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    • Illustrated Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee

      Wheel thrown with white stoneware. When dry, they are covered with a black slip. She layers white slip onto the area where the images will be etched, then fills in the outline with black and gray slips and etches the patterning. A red glaze is added around the drawing, and then high fired in an oxidation atmosphere. A second low fire gives the work a satin finish.

      3" diameter, 2" height

      Handmade in Middletown, CA

    • "This series has its root in the Japanese tradition. Their sense of order and attention to beauty inspires me beyond myself and connects me with the creative source that is within us all. The imagery has been hand etched through layers of slip on white stoneware. A mid range firing makes them highly durable and food safe."
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  • NEW! Red Mugs by Sang Joon Park
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    NEW! Red Mugs by Sang Joon Park

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    • Red Mugs by Sang Joon Park

      These beautiful stoneware mugs have a beautiful red finish and red floral detail on the handle.

      Available for purchase per mug or buy all 3 for a set

      Measures 4.5" x 3.25"

      Handmade in New York

    • I first trained to become a potter twenty years ago under master potter Na Woon Chae. He told me in order to become a potter I must be able to make at least 30 identical bowls within the period of a single hour. Countless days full of failures ensued. Then suddenly one day Mr. Na announced I had become a potter. Since that day I have continued to make thousands of bowls and I dreamt of becoming a real artist. In pursuit of my dream I decided to study abroad and attended Pratt Institute for an MFA in Ceramic Sculpture.
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  • Large Tumbler by Peter Karner
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    Large Tumbler by Peter Karner

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    Large Tumbler by Peter Karner

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    • Large Tumbler by Peter Karner

      High-fired stoneware

      All food/drink surfaces are food-safe.
      Dishwasher-safe and microwave-safe.
      Oven-safe up to 200 F for warming dishes.

      Measures approx. 8" in height, and a 3" diameter opening.

      Handmade in Denver, CO

    • My home and studio are located in central Denver, Colorado. Working full-time, I produce six bodies of work a year. Each body of work offers me the opportunity to explore new ideas and refine existing ones. I'm intrigued by the marriage of form and decoration. In striving to integrate these in each pot, I have the opportunity to create work that is both timeless and modern.

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  • NEW! Red Bowls by Sang Joon Park
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    • Red Bowls by Sang Joon Park

      These beautiful stoneware bowls are the perfect size for soup or ice cream!

      Available for purchase per plate or buy all 3 for a set

      Handmade in New York

    • I first trained to become a potter twenty years ago under master potter Na Woon Chae. He told me in order to become a potter I must be able to make at least 30 identical bowls within the period of a single hour. Countless days full of failures ensued. Then suddenly one day Mr. Na announced I had become a potter. Since that day I have continued to make thousands of bowls and I dreamt of becoming a real artist. In pursuit of my dream I decided to study abroad and attended Pratt Institute for an MFA in Ceramic Sculpture.
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  • NEW! Large Plates by Sang Joon Park
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    NEW! Large Plates by Sang Joon Park

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    • Large Plates by Sang Joon Park

      These beautiful stoneware plates are unique. They are a rounded square shape with red details on edges with red stamp detail. Measures 11"

      Available for purchase per plate or buy all 3 for a set

      Handmade in New York

    • I first trained to become a potter twenty years ago under master potter Na Woon Chae. He told me in order to become a potter I must be able to make at least 30 identical bowls within the period of a single hour. Countless days full of failures ensued. Then suddenly one day Mr. Na announced I had become a potter. Since that day I have continued to make thousands of bowls and I dreamt of becoming a real artist. In pursuit of my dream I decided to study abroad and attended Pratt Institute for an MFA in Ceramic Sculpture.
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  • NEW! Small Plates by Sang Joon Park
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    • Small Plates by Sang Joon Park

      These beautiful stoneware plates are unique. They are a rounded square shape with red details on edges with red stamp detail. Measures 9"

      Available for purchase per plate or buy all 3 for a set

      Handmade in New York

    • I first trained to become a potter twenty years ago under master potter Na Woon Chae. He told me in order to become a potter I must be able to make at least 30 identical bowls within the period of a single hour. Countless days full of failures ensued. Then suddenly one day Mr. Na announced I had become a potter. Since that day I have continued to make thousands of bowls and I dreamt of becoming a real artist. In pursuit of my dream I decided to study abroad and attended Pratt Institute for an MFA in Ceramic Sculpture.
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  • Simple Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee
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    Simple Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee

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    Simple Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee

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    • Simple Tea Bowl by Sally Jaffee

      Wheel thrown with white stoneware. When dry, they are covered with a black slip. She layers white slip onto the area where the images will be etched, then fills in the outline with black and gray slips and etches the patterning. A red glaze is added around the drawing, and then high fired in an oxidation atmosphere. A second low fire gives the work a satin finish.

      3" diameter, 2" height

      Handmade in Middletown, CA
    • "This series has its root in the Japanese tradition. Their sense of order and attention to beauty inspires me beyond myself and connects me with the creative source that is within us all. The imagery has been hand etched through layers of slip on white stoneware. A mid range firing makes them highly durable and food safe."
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  • Celadon Mug by Eric Jensen
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    Celadon Mug by Eric Jensen

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    Celadon Mug by Eric Jensen

    $32.00

    • Glazed porcelain mug in the color Celadon by Eric Jensen

      SOLD SEPARATELY 
      Approximately 3" tall

      Handmade in Chicago, Illinois
    • Eric Jensen Dinnerware is handmade of high-temperature porcelain. This material is very strong and chip resistant. It is lead-free; food-safe; microwavable. You may wash it in the dishwasher as with any conventional dinnerware. As with all fired ceramics, if you drop it, it will break, but with reasonable care your dinnerware will give you years of service. Dinnerware is available square or round. All two-color versions have the indented line at the rim. One-color versions are available with or without the indented rim.
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  • NEW! One of a Kind Dark Squeeze Cup by Mirena Kim
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    One of a Kind Squeeze Cup by Mirena Kim
    Darker Cream with Brownish-Hunter Green Speckle

    Measures 3" in diameter

    Handmade in Los Angeles, CA

     

     

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  • Geisha Teapot by Sally Jaffee - Fire Opal
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    Geisha Teapot by Sally Jaffee

    $260.00

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    • Geisha Teapot by Sally Jaffee

      Wheel thrown with white stoneware. When dry, they are covered with a black slip. She layers white slip onto the area where the images will be etched, then fills in the outline with black and gray slips and etches the patterning. A red glaze is added around the drawing, and then high fired in an oxidation atmosphere. A second low fire gives the work a satin finish.

      6" diameter, 9" in height
      holds approx. 24oz

      Handmade in Middletown, CA

    • "This series has its root in the Japanese tradition. Their sense of order and attention to beauty inspires me beyond myself and connects me with the creative source that is within us all. The imagery has been hand etched through layers of slip on white stoneware. A mid range firing makes them highly durable and food safe."
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  • NEW! One of a Kind Dark Squeeze Cup by Mirena Kim
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    NEW! One of a Kind Dark Squeeze Cup by Mirena Kim

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    One of a Kind Squeeze Cup by Mirena Kim
    Darker Cream with Brownish-Hunter Green Speckle

    Measures 3" in diameter

    Handmade in Los Angeles, CA

     

     

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