Malinda Reich Bowl no. 069 I like the simplicity of the form. To me, it seems very open, and the pattern is subtle and neat but organic

Malinda Reich’s wheel-thrown serving pieces are beloved for being functional as well as decorative. Many of her bowls and vases feature hand-carvings inspired by her Scandinavian roots.

"Stoneware tumblers for inconspicuous whiskey drinking available in time for thanksgiving Handmade in our stoneware white, matte black & celadon sage.

Plateau de service Large Ceramic Swirl Plate

Plateau de service Large Ceramic Swirl Plate

Ceramic Tea CupCeramic Espresso Cups In by 1220CeramicsStudio

My newly designed cups are created in slip casting technique and finished with a shiny glaze. Each cup has a unique slip coloring by brush, therefore creating a one of a kind piece! Try holding it your hands with some hot herbal tea inside… I also have th

contemporary mugs by Bulb Design Studio

great ceramic mugs. paper&clay for bulb design studio, by brit mcdaniel.

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