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ceramics paradise

Circus Abricot nude - Smuk og håndlavet urtepotteskjuler fra Nina Meldgaard. Vasen er mat på ydersiden og glat indeni, de flotte strukturer udenpå danner spændende dimensioner. Fås i pink blush, ash grey og abricot nude. Mål: Diameter 12 cm, højde 10,5 cm. Nina Meldgaard Studio producerer dansk, håndlavet keramik af højeste kvalitet. Hvert produkt udspringer fra Nina Meldgaards hænder med stor præcision og omhu. Her går sans for detaljen hånd i hånd med en kærlighed for strukturer og…

Circus Abricot nude - Smuk og håndlavet urtepotteskjuler fra Nina Meldgaard. Vasen er mat på ydersiden og glat indeni, de flotte strukturer udenpå danner spændende dimensioner. Fås i pink blush, ash grey og abricot nude. Mål: Diameter 12 cm, højde 10,5 cm. Nina Meldgaard Studio producerer dansk, håndlavet keramik af højeste kvalitet. Hvert produkt udspringer fra Nina Meldgaards hænder med stor præcision og omhu. Her går sans for detaljen hånd i hånd med en kærlighed for strukturer og…

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Amelia Stamps Pottery!  Great Stuff!

Amelia Stamps Pottery! Great Stuff!

ceramic serving platter - Google Search

Spiral Ceramic Serving Platter, modern stoneware pottery oval platter in white cream weddings table settings decorations decor gift present

ceramic serving platter - Google Search

Anderson Bailey Small Canister at MudFire Gallery.  .  .  (we love you Anderson Bailey)

Anderson Bailey Small Canister at MudFire Gallery. . . (we love you Anderson Bailey)

(Visited this great studio in '05 and met John)     John Leach, eldest grandson of renowned potter Bernard Leach, continues the family tradition at Muchelney Pottery on the edge of the ancient village of Muchelney in the heart of the Somerset Levels. John started the pottery in 1965 with his wife Lizzie. The pots are all hand-thrown, using local clays, and wood-fired in the kiln to the high stoneware temperature of 1320°C, which creates their distinctive ‘toasted’ finish

(Visited this great studio in '05 and met John) John Leach, eldest grandson of renowned potter Bernard Leach, continues the family tradition at Muchelney Pottery on the edge of the ancient village of Muchelney in the heart of the Somerset Levels. John started the pottery in 1965 with his wife Lizzie. The pots are all hand-thrown, using local clays, and wood-fired in the kiln to the high stoneware temperature of 1320°C, which creates their distinctive ‘toasted’ finish

Deb Schwartzkopf

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