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Maggie Finlayson

Maggie Finlayson

Portfolio - bianka groves  ceramics

Portfolio - bianka groves ceramics

Green Hills Pot by Julia Smith

Green Hills Pot by Julia Smith

Lisa Hammond - Baking Dish

Lisa Hammond - Baking Dish

Art is the craft of the mind. The art of Gertrud Vasegaard is obviously connected to the abstract movements of the visual art of the 20th Century, but it is also of a timeless character. from here   Gertrud Vasegaard 1913-2007

Art is the craft of the mind. The art of Gertrud Vasegaard is obviously connected to the abstract movements of the visual art of the 20th Century, but it is also of a timeless character. from here Gertrud Vasegaard 1913-2007

Part 1 of our 'How to Spot a Good Pot' series of posts looks at the importance of form in ceramics. Learn more about it in our article here.

Part 1 of our 'How to Spot a Good Pot' series of posts looks at the importance of form in ceramics. Learn more about it in our article here.

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Su Hanna: gallery

Su Hanna: gallery

Ceramics by Margaret Curtis at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2013. Ref: 4465 Tea Caddy Height 6cm Width 6cm <br>Black clay with over-pourings of white porcelain slip and celadon green glaze

Ceramics by Margaret Curtis at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2013. Ref: 4465 Tea Caddy Height 6cm Width 6cm <br>Black clay with over-pourings of white porcelain slip and celadon green glaze

Approximate Dimensions: 4x22x6  This tray is made of red earthenware and soda fired. A great piece to start off a holiday meal. This piece is hand built and hand carved.  This piece was fired in a soda kiln. Its surface is a result from both soda licking across its surface and the iron showing through the slip. Soda contains sodium and melts at these high temperatures; of 2050-2150 degrees to become like a vaporized glaze in the kiln. All my pots are sanded by hand to give a soft feel and…

Approximate Dimensions: 4x22x6 This tray is made of red earthenware and soda fired. A great piece to start off a holiday meal. This piece is hand built and hand carved. This piece was fired in a soda kiln. Its surface is a result from both soda licking across its surface and the iron showing through the slip. Soda contains sodium and melts at these high temperatures; of 2050-2150 degrees to become like a vaporized glaze in the kiln. All my pots are sanded by hand to give a soft feel and…

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