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milk pitchers

vitrified studio

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Tri Lukne This peice is so simple with cool earth toned colors. Another cool thing about it is how frail and thin it looks. This remeinds me of ancient cultures and how their dishes might have been.

Moroccan Pottery

Lindsay Rogers





Atelier Vierkant.

This classic sphere is following me for years now and I love to create new variations of it and to discover its possibilities. Each object is slip cast in Limoges porcelain from a mold that I designed and made. The decoration is carved by hand, three times around the sphere. It stands 2 3/8" (6cm) tall and the diameter is 3 1/8"(8cm).



The first thing that i enjoyed about this piece was the uniformity in the shape of the vase. I also like how the strokes that she is adding for the design will completely cover the vase and look so natural

Mossy Creek Studio : Photo

A 130-Year-Old Japanese Pottery Shop Puts a Modern Spin on Traditional Kutani Tableware www.thisiscolossa...

Hand-pinched bowl in black and white from Brooklyn artist Suzanne Sullivan.


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box, Marty Fielding Pottery

Soholm Atelier Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Pottery Teapot. Balanced, biomorphic, beautiful.