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For syrup or moonshine, whichever floats your boat.

For syrup or moonshine, whichever floats your boat.

Roger Cockram  This is a larger version of the soup/cereal bowl. It is most commonly used as a mixing bowl or for salads - or indeed many other kitchen uses. It also can be stored on cuphooks and easily cleaned in a dishwasher.

Roger Cockram This is a larger version of the soup/cereal bowl. It is most commonly used as a mixing bowl or for salads - or indeed many other kitchen uses. It also can be stored on cuphooks and easily cleaned in a dishwasher.

Clifton Pottery, meet Art Nouveau. This 1906 Clifton Crystal Patina vase has a beautiful silver overlay with distinct Art Nouveau whiplash lines.

Clifton Pottery, meet Art Nouveau. This 1906 Clifton Crystal Patina vase has a beautiful silver overlay with distinct Art Nouveau whiplash lines.

Regardez cette photo Instagram de @magdalenabuckshot • 22 mentions J’aime

Regardez cette photo Instagram de @magdalenabuckshot • 22 mentions J’aime

Mata Ortiz Pottery ~ Lydia Quezada Celado de Talavera ~ The story of Mata Ortiz began in the rough cattle country of northern Chihuahua, Mexico, hardly the place to find an artistic folkart movement.  Yet a few dozen miles south of the rugged San Luis Mountains, the residents of Mata Ortiz produce a thin-walled, finely painted ceramic ware rivaling any handmade pottery in the world.

Mata Ortiz Pottery ~ Lydia Quezada Celado de Talavera ~ The story of Mata Ortiz began in the rough cattle country of northern Chihuahua, Mexico, hardly the place to find an artistic folkart movement. Yet a few dozen miles south of the rugged San Luis Mountains, the residents of Mata Ortiz produce a thin-walled, finely painted ceramic ware rivaling any handmade pottery in the world.

Scottish teapot with lid

Scottish teapot with lid

Mrs. Potts teapot

Mrs. Potts teapot

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