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Flame Thrower #1. This is a teapot. Made out of clay. About 50 billion times more impressive in person. I want.

Flame Thrower #1. This is a teapot. Made out of clay. About 50 billion times more impressive in person. I want.

Story Time with Rollie Younger

Story Time with Rollie Younger

Machines - Gallery - John Brickels, Architectural Sculpture and Claymobiles, Essex Jct, Vermont

Machines - Gallery - John Brickels, Architectural Sculpture and Claymobiles, Essex Jct, Vermont

Perk #6 - All-seeing Steampunk Eye Mug - A very limited edition handmade mug. Red clay with black glaze. About 5-1/4 inches (13.5 cm) tall and will hold about 16 fluid ounces (500 ml). Only 25 will be made, each will be numbered. ©2013 Andrew Tarrant - Trespasser Ceramics, All-Seeing Steampunk Eye Mug, Ceramic.

Perk #6 - All-seeing Steampunk Eye Mug - A very limited edition handmade mug. Red clay with black glaze. About 5-1/4 inches (13.5 cm) tall and will hold about 16 fluid ounces (500 ml). Only 25 will be made, each will be numbered. ©2013 Andrew Tarrant - Trespasser Ceramics, All-Seeing Steampunk Eye Mug, Ceramic.

Mystery Pot 16! The maker of this pot is Walter Keeler, known internationally for pushing the envelope with his functional ceramic work. His influences are many including Greek and Roman forms and industrial shapes such as oil cans and milk churns. Walter Keeler created a British renaissance for salt-glazed ware in the 1970s. In recent years, he has been working with earthenware making fabulous, brightly glazed, otherworldly forms with extensions that look like branches or pieces of valves.

Mystery Pot 16! The maker of this pot is Walter Keeler, known internationally for pushing the envelope with his functional ceramic work. His influences are many including Greek and Roman forms and industrial shapes such as oil cans and milk churns. Walter Keeler created a British renaissance for salt-glazed ware in the 1970s. In recent years, he has been working with earthenware making fabulous, brightly glazed, otherworldly forms with extensions that look like branches or pieces of valves.

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