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turtle incense burner by Gordon Uyehara, from his book "Metal Clay Fusion"

From Gordon Uyehara: the Honu King Incense Burner project from his book Metal Clay Fusion

Kylie Cuddlefish - iridescent PMC sculpture by Gordon Uyehara

Gordon Uyehara Bronze cuttlefish with copper spots - a metal clay creation.

Metal Clay Artistry - Gordon Uyehara - The Beading Gem's Journal

Metal Clay Guru - Get Enlightened about Everything Metal Clay - Gordon Uyehara

Mary Janice Ortiz. Cochiti Pueblo pottery. Turtle with Fish Motif Medium: Natural Handmade Clay and Pigments Dimensions: 4 1/2″ H x 10″ L x 7″ W. https://www.wrightsgallery.com/product/turtle-with-fish-motif/

Indian Turtle with Fish Motif by Mary Janice Ortiz Size: 4 H x L x W Natural Handmade Clay and Pigments Tribe: Cochiti Pueblo

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This ceramic incense holder was made from earthenware clay before carving in a summery design of a leafy white flower flowing up from a spiral. The piece was fired to 1000C. After firing I applied vibrant non-toxic glazes to the upper surface and fired again to 1120C. The base is unglazed. This incense holder will happily take most stick incense. The piece measures approximately 19cm long and 4cm wide. https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/191531351/handmade-ceramic-spiral-flower-leaf

Ceramic Pottery Peach Daisy Flower Incense Stick Holder, Incense Burner, Ash Catcher, Joss Stick Holder, Meditation, Yoga, Pastel Home Decor

This ceramic incense holder was made from earthenware clay before carving in a summery design of a leafy white flower flowing up from a spiral. The piece was fired to 1000C. After firing I applied vibrant non-toxic glazes to the upper surface and fired again to 1120C. The base is unglazed. This incense holder will happily take most stick incense. The piece measures approximately 19cm long and 4cm wide. https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/191531351/handmade-ceramic-spiral-flower-leaf

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Gordon Uyehara: "The Last Forest Spirit" brooch, precious metal clay; the form came from the idea that many animals mimic the environment in which they live, so, instead of the straightforward slug, Uyehara made the shape out of vines and leaves.

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