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Short tumblers with the foothills glaze highlighting the wheat field and mountains. Lots of space for a can of pop and ice!
Large mug with pebble detail all around as well as on the handle attachment. 20 oz
We have tall and short tumblers in this style. The wheat sheafs are made with a rolling pin I made, you won't find this anywhere else! Tall - 21oz, short 16oz (7 tall, 2 short avialbale)
Large blue casserole dish with pebble detail on the handles
This round dish is perfect for your baking needs - the sides are flared a bit, so you could use it as a pie plate. 11" The main colour is brown with some yellow and purple/blue accents. 11"wide x 2 1/2"deep.
This round dish is perfect for your baking needs. The base colour is brown, but the accent colours really make this dish - the way the yellow and blue are smeared down the sides - perfection. 10" wide x 2 3/4"deep.
Soft blue mug with a strappy handle detail 14oz
16 oz cups perfect for that tall glass of water or the rum and coke you have been craving! Drink in style.
This textured mug will hold 18 oz - perfect for your morning coffee
The mug on the right is more of a beer stein size - able to hold a whopping 25oz! The other mug is no slouch in capacity - 16oz.
How to describe this mug? "Brown mug with yellow and bluey-purple drips" just doesn't do this one justice. 18oz
These short tumblers are deceiving - they hold 16oz/500ml. Each with their own unique pattern highlighted with the dark blue 2 left
Unique mugs in soft blue with flower and paisley details. 12oz
These short tumblers are deceiving - they hold 16oz/500ml. Each with their own unique pattern.
Two-tone blue serving bowl and matching large platter.
These tumblers hold an entire can of pop with lots of room for ice.
Beautiful and functional trivet. Perfect for hot items or place on display when not in use.
Light green ramekins with a flower impression. Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe.
Soft blue mug with flower detail on handle top and bottom. 14oz
Pair of aqua blue mugs
Blue flowered ramekins
Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe.
Beautiful light green bowl - can be a fruit bowl, berry bowl, or a showpiece.
Blue and purple pierced bowl.
The glaze on this bowl is such a surprise - creams, and blues, and a metallic speckle. Pictures don't do it justice.
Beautiful sunflower patterned serving plate, with ladybugs on the handles.
Wide mouth amber mugs with pebble detail on handle
Gorgeous dahlia textured mugs in white glaze.
Straight sided white mugs - 6 available
Blue and green scoop perfect for putting in sugar or flour bins, maybe even in dog or cat food!
Dainty cake. 2 pieces for easy storage
Set of 2 bowls with a flower texture on the bottom.
Amber and teal bowl - great for larger single servings.
Blue ramekins, actually they are bowls just a bit bigger than ramekins. Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe.
Sunflower kissed ramekin dish. Great for single serving dessert. Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe.
Celadon glazed large sized bowl. Great for large portion of pasta, salad or soup!
Amber mugs with unique details. 2 with pebble detail and the third with extra glaze colour. (right one sold)
Beautiful with a bunch of flowers or on the counter with utensils
4 napkin rings with embossed texture in blue glaze.
Use this pitcher for serving juice on Sunday mornings or put a bouquet of flowers in it!
Cute little cups perfect for espresso or for little hands
Unique business card holders - perfect for any desk.
Great looking salt pigs will sit on your counter, making it easy to access salt right when you need it. Only black and whit one left
Larger size single serving bowls in blues and greens. 2 available
White mug with square handle.
Blue bowl with a wavy rim. Could even be used as a pie dish.
This platter has proven difficult to take a picture of, sorry! It has a delicate flower detail running across the platter.
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I was introduced to clay during high school pottery class and I would arrange to go into the studio early in the morning before school started, just so I could get my hands dirty - I was smitten. Nearly 20 years later I got back into it and I am obsessed with challenging myself with hand-building, sculpture or throwing on the wheel.
I use stoneware clay - sometimes a dark clay body and sometimes a light one. I may even use porcelain on occasion! I fire some of my pieces in a gas kiln and some in an electric kiln, each creates a very different effect. I like to make functional wares, but sometimes you just have to make something frivolous!
I like mud of all kinds and so I enjoy gardening and watching my garden bloom. I draw much inspiration from nature. I also love being able to incorporate sentiment into pottery for a lasting memory. I have been known to impress Granny's old doily into clay and make a tray or bowl to be used often with fond memories of Granny.