Monthly Archives: December 2012

Pottery/Glass Bead Windchime #2

The second windchime so far in a series made from pottery tops, glass beads and a melted beer bottle. This one utilizes many different colors of pottery and beads and a cobalt blue beer bottle (BudLite Platinum). Get yours soon….they … Continue reading

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Rustic Glazed Pitchers

These are hand built from stacking clay coils individually and ensuring a watertight seal with each added layer. The glazed used was a happy accident that I wish I knew the formula, so that I could recreate and use more … Continue reading

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Handcoiled Rustic Bowl

This bowl is handmade by rolling individual coils and stacking them one on top of the other to create the desired look and feel. It measures approx. 7 inches wide like a standard bowl and the glaze used is food … Continue reading

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Picasso’s Cello Player Salad Plate

Picasso style themed salad plate featuring a dishwasher and microwave safe glaze with a gloss finish. Sold as a single plate for $30.

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Wine Bottle Salad Plates

This set of 2 plates measures approx. 8 inches wide and a perfect size for salads. Each features a different hand painted wine theme. The glaze used is dishwasher and microwave safe and extremely durable with a gloss finish. Available … Continue reading

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Melted Glass and Pottery Windchime #3

This windchime is constructed of a melted glass vase containing bits of green glass, lots of pottery bits strung with glass beads and all supported by a pottery top piece. Very colorful and it has a great sound with low … Continue reading

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