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    Liza Riddle’s vessels are hand-coiled, carefully burnished to a smooth finish, then fired at earthenware temperatures.

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    Liza Riddle - coil built ceramics

    Liza Riddle - Vessels

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    Landscape Vessel

    Coil Pot

    Ceramic Vessel, 1997 Magdalene Odundo Kenya/Britain Red clay

    Sandy Godwin :porcelain vessels

    Louise Gelderblom creates sculptural vessels handmade in Cape Town, South Africa, “I only coil, because when I coil it feels like I am busy drawing in three dimensions. The shape of the piece and the surface markings on it create a rhythm, a percussion beat that I think of as a wordless tactile language.”

    Large Wheel-Thrown Earthenware coffee or tea cup by AtwaterCeramics Olia Lamar

    Earthenware Puzzle Jar by ClayHeartStudio on Etsy, $30.00

    Sue Tuttle | Ancient artifacts are the inspiration behind these pit-fired clay vessels

    Boyan Moskov: Ceramic Vessel - Artful Home

    Vase, Pharmacy Date: dated 1551 Culture: Italian (Sicily?) Medium: Faience (tin-enameled earthenware)

    Steve Sanchez, Artist, closed vessel

    Hand built ceramic abstract form / vessel by WendyJohnsonCeramics

    Cute pinch pot idea - great way to finish the top and tie into the flower design

    Jane Wheeler - Vase #ceramics #pottery #vase #vessel

    Sue Tuttle | Ancient artifacts are the inspiration behind these pit-fired clay vessels

    Lidded Vessel Dromore ( Ceramic Stoneware Pottery ). $75.00, via Etsy.