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Instagram photo by @porcelainstudio_bomi via ink361.com

Instagram photo by @porcelainstudio_bomi via ink361.com

Instagram photo by @claireginnceramics via ink361.com

Instagram photo by @claireginnceramics via ink361.com

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Margaret Howell UK, Nicola Tassie Ceramics

Margaret Howell UK, Nicola Tassie Ceramics

Textured Slab Mug ...I love making this type of mug so simple but looks great!

Textured Slab Mug ...I love making this type of mug so simple but looks great!

Lucie Rie #teacuphandles

Lucie Rie #teacuphandles

The Pen is hand-thrown in earthenware and dipped in various glazes before being fired. It's great for storing paint brushes, pens or even tooth brushes. Please

The Pen is hand-thrown in earthenware and dipped in various glazes before being fired. It's great for storing paint brushes, pens or even tooth brushes. Please

sue binns ceramics http://www.suebinnspottery.co.uk/... Got given one just the rear jug for Xmas. Luff it.

sue binns ceramics http://www.suebinnspottery.co.uk/... Got given one just the rear jug for Xmas. Luff it.

que bonito pajarito

que bonito pajarito

Jane Hogben Terracotta Charcoal Glaze Mug

Jane Hogben Terracotta Charcoal Glaze Mug

Glorious dishes by Samantha Robinson. #ceramics, #pottery

Delicate Porcelain

Glorious dishes by Samantha Robinson. #ceramics, #pottery

Yarn Bowl Ideas to make from Sculpey clay - The pre colored type. (polymer clay you bake in your home oven)

Yarn Bowl Ideas to make from Sculpey clay - The pre colored type. (polymer clay you bake in your home oven)

Yoko Sekino Bove.  "Hope against hope" teapot

Yoko Sekino Bove. "Hope against hope" teapot

Natalie Weinberger

Natalie Weinberger

wingnut & co. Asuka and Anna established Wingnut & Co. in 2013 as a side project to their separate art practices. Working from their studio in North Melbourne they are committed to utilising discarded materials from workshops in Melbourne.

wingnut & co. Asuka and Anna established Wingnut & Co. in 2013 as a side project to their separate art practices. Working from their studio in North Melbourne they are committed to utilising discarded materials from workshops in Melbourne.