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Serving dish bowl plate in textured stoneware

Serving dish bowl plate in textured stoneware

Kristy Lombard Pottery: Strong Family Pitcher

Kristy Lombard Pottery: Strong Family Pitcher

Porcelain Ceramic Bowl with Hand Painted Slip Trailed Pattern in Green Glaze, Wheel Thrown OOAK. via Etsy.

Porcelain Ceramic Bowl with Hand Painted Slip Trailed Pattern in Green Glaze, Wheel Thrown OOAK

Porcelain Ceramic Bowl with Hand Painted Slip Trailed Pattern in Green Glaze, Wheel Thrown OOAK. via Etsy.

Bright Glaze I (turquoise) | Ceramic Recipes

Bright Glaze I (turquoise) | Ceramic Recipes

use a straw to make smooth holes in clay if you don't have a hole punch

use a straw to make smooth holes in clay if you don't have a hole punch

Black glaze and white engobe

Black glaze and white engobe

Ceramics: Pottery handbuilding techniques tutorial. How to make slab-built bowls. Step 5: putting the clay slab onto the mould

Ceramics: Pottery handbuilding techniques tutorial. How to make slab-built bowls. Step 5: putting the clay slab onto the mould

CERAMIC STONEWARE POD BOWLS - These versatile handbuilt bowls can be used in the kitchen (to hold salt, pepper or condiments), on top of your dresser as a unique jewelry holder or as a beautiful planter for succulents and air plants!

Ceramic stoneware pod bowls

CERAMIC STONEWARE POD BOWLS - These versatile handbuilt bowls can be used in the kitchen (to hold salt, pepper or condiments), on top of your dresser as a unique jewelry holder or as a beautiful planter for succulents and air plants!

Takeshi Omura Teapot  TeapotArtist: Takeshi Omura Made in JapanAfter graduating from the Arts & Sciences and Ceramics program at Tajimi Technical High school, Takeshi Omura studied under well known potter, Keisuke Iwata. In 2007, after several years producing his work at "Studio MAVO" in Tajimi, Omura returned to Fukuoka where he set up his own kiln.   Omura's ceramics are characterized by their thin, almost metal like quality and unique coloration.

Takeshi Omura Teapot TeapotArtist: Takeshi Omura Made in JapanAfter graduating from the Arts & Sciences and Ceramics program at Tajimi Technical High school, Takeshi Omura studied under well known potter, Keisuke Iwata. In 2007, after several years producing his work at "Studio MAVO" in Tajimi, Omura returned to Fukuoka where he set up his own kiln. Omura's ceramics are characterized by their thin, almost metal like quality and unique coloration.

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