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In today's post, Paul Donnelly takes us throughhis handle-making process. It's a great alternative to pulled handlesbecause it cuts down on the mess and the drying time, and still makeslovely, elegant handles. - Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

In today's post, Paul Donnelly takes us throughhis handle-making process. It's a great alternative to pulled handlesbecause it cuts down on the mess and the drying time, and still makeslovely, elegant handles. - Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

Snowflakes are Falling INSIDE!!! by Eleanor Hendriks Today’s blog is mostly pictures -of the process I use to make snowflake designs on my pottery. Blank slab formed plates   Cutting pap…

Snowflakes are Falling INSIDE!!! by Eleanor Hendriks Today’s blog is mostly pictures -of the process I use to make snowflake designs on my pottery. Blank slab formed plates Cutting pap…

Rad rot Steingut geworfen, dann fertig in Blei freie weiße Glasur und einer Anwendung der Blase Glasur (schwarz, die ein herrliches blau wird) für ein toll aussehendes Muster verknotete Knöpfe für einfache Handhabung verbunden sind.    10,5 Durchmesser X . h 25    Mikrowelle, Spülmaschine und Kaltstart Ofen sicher.    Genießen Sie

Knot Handled tray in White with Blue Bubble Glaze

Great take on a colander. Rinse, strain, and serve your favorite fruits, vegetables, and pasta too! (The separate saucer keeps water away from your counter top or table) Hand-thrown stoneware; glazed with durable and rich green and golden ash glazes. Reduction fired to 2360 degrees F. Approximately; 10½” diameter (including handle) x 5” height. Dishwasher and microwave safe too. Because each individual piece of pottery I create is unique, it is unlikely to exactly match the published image…

The Berries Bowl (FREE SHIPPING)

Great take on a colander. Rinse, strain, and serve your favorite fruits, vegetables, and pasta too! (The separate saucer keeps water away from your counter top or table) Hand-thrown stoneware; glazed with durable and rich green and golden ash glazes. Reduction fired to 2360 degrees F. Approximately; 10½” diameter (including handle) x 5” height. Dishwasher and microwave safe too. Because each individual piece of pottery I create is unique, it is unlikely to exactly match the published image…

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