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Hand Thrown Mixing Bowl With Lip

This beautiful stoneware mixing bowl, has been hand-thrown and finished in a natural, rustic white glaze.Size: Small - x Large - x stunning hand-crafted mixing bowls have been designed to be generously deep

This marbled ceramic cup is sized to fit in the hand comfortably and hold just the right amount of your preferred morning brew. Hand thrown from a mixture of dark and light stoneware clays giving each piece its own unique and strikingly beautiful landscape.

Ritual Ceramic Cup

This is a listing for one handpainted ceramic spoon. These spoons are handbuilt using a pinching method and I make the handles using coils of clay. Once the spoon is a little more dry I scrape them to refine the shape. The piece is fired once, then hand painted, glazed and fired for a second time to a high temperature in an electric kiln. I cover the concave side of the spoon in glaze and leave the handles and the underside plain. My spoons are made from stoneware clay. They are food safe…

Handmade Ceramic Spoon Handpainted in Light Blue, Dark Blue Stripes or Herringbone Pattern - Made to Order

Jan Lewin-Cadogan. Technical: white stoneware clay. Various barium glazes. Various lava/crater glazes. Glossy deep blue or turquoise stone ware glazes. Fired to 1260 Celsius.

small pot in white stoneware clay with various barium glazes, various lava/crater glazes, glossy deep blue or turquoise stoneware glazes. Fired to 1260 Celsius.

Pair of noodle bowls.... hand thrown in stoneware pottery

Pair of noodle or rice bowls hand thrown in stoneware pottery ceramic

Jean Mug - Ceramic stoneware mugs from East London based artist/designer Anna Beam.

Jean Mug

Ceramic stoneware mugs from East London based artist/designer Anna Beam.

Jasmina Ajzenkol = All pieces are hand built using stoneware body.  I like contrast between rough and smooth, glazed and textured clay surfaces.  I combine the contrasting techniques of layering, distressing the surface of pots by scratching and carving into clay, and burnishing to create a three-dimensional texture using a series of different levels and depths encouraging the eye to move in, rather than bounce away.  These are enhanced by the subsequent use of oxides and glazes.

Jasmina Ajzenkol = All pieces are hand built using stoneware body.

black clay seasoning pots by little brick house ceramics | notonthehighstreet.com

Black Clay Seasoning Pots

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