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Long handled serving spoon made of ceramic clay in a mute sage hue, with a hand painted black and white striped handle. Handmade in small batches by Elizabeth Benotti in her studio in New Hampshire. -

Long handled serving spoon made of ceramic clay in a mute sage hue, with a hand painted black and white striped handle. Handmade in small batches by Elizabeth Benotti in her studio in New Hampshire. -

Ceramics by Atelier Stella / extruder ideas

Ceramics by Atelier Stella / extruder ideas

Susan Anderson Ceramics. Susan will be a guest artist at Cambridge Wood-Fired Pottery, located at 10 Tranquil Lane in Cambridge, WI. The studio will be open during The Clay Collective Pottery Tour on May 4 & 5, 2013. http://www.theclaycollective.org Guest Potters: Mary Pratt, Delores Fortuna, and Susan and Eric Anderson

Susan Anderson Ceramics. Susan will be a guest artist at Cambridge Wood-Fired Pottery, located at 10 Tranquil Lane in Cambridge, WI. The studio will be open during The Clay Collective Pottery Tour on May 4 & 5, 2013. http://www.theclaycollective.org Guest Potters: Mary Pratt, Delores Fortuna, and Susan and Eric Anderson

3D Fractal

3D Fractal

Ceramics by Joan Hardie at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2016. Loopy vase

Ceramics by Joan Hardie at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2016. Loopy vase

Aqua Bottles - 11 x 9 x 6 inches Jan Bilek

Aqua Bottles - 11 x 9 x 6 inches Jan Bilek

https://flic.kr/p/6gKG6F | Teco Pottery | Art pottery vase, c. 1915 Made by Gates Potteries  Around 1885, William Day Gates established Gates Potteries in Crystal Lake, Illinois. After years of trial and error, he developed a cool, silvery green matte glaze that resembled the tones of aged bronze. Combining the first letters of the words terra and cotta, Gates named the new pottery Teco and began selling the line in 1900. In addition to using his own designs, Gates enlisted progressive…

https://flic.kr/p/6gKG6F | Teco Pottery | Art pottery vase, c. 1915 Made by Gates Potteries Around 1885, William Day Gates established Gates Potteries in Crystal Lake, Illinois. After years of trial and error, he developed a cool, silvery green matte glaze that resembled the tones of aged bronze. Combining the first letters of the words terra and cotta, Gates named the new pottery Teco and began selling the line in 1900. In addition to using his own designs, Gates enlisted progressive…

Grand River Pottery | Susan Anderson Ceramics

Grand River Pottery | Susan Anderson Ceramics

Birds Nest casserole from Lee Wolfe Pottery back in stock!

Birds Nest casserole from Lee Wolfe Pottery back in stock!

Silo Stoneware Pitcher by Farmhouse Pottery | DARA Artisans

Silo Stoneware Pitcher by Farmhouse Pottery | DARA Artisans