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To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Milwaukee's Alterra Coffee and the name change to Colectivo Coffee, the owners commissioned Jean's Clay Studio to create 500 hand crafted coffee mugs. Using Colectivo's 'sugar skull' design, I created the mugs with four different base colors: black, red, blue and white.  All the mugs were made exclusively by me on the pottery wheel and decorated with a carving technique called 'sgraffito'.  No molds, stamps, stencils or decals are used.  These…

To celebrate the Anniversary of Milwaukee's Alterra Coffee and the name change to Colectivo Coffee, the owners commissioned Jean's Clay Studio to create

Blue Dragonfly Mugs / Set of 2, Made by Jean's Clay Studio in Milwaukee, WI

Blue Dragonfly Mugs / Set of Made by Jean's Clay Studio in Milwaukee, WI

Brown Turtle Bowl made by Jean's Clay Studio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Brown Turtle Bowl made by Jean's Clay Studio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Photo Mondays: Jean's Clay Studio. White Fern Bowl Set of 4, made by Jean's Clay Studio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

White Fern Bowl Set of made by Jean's Clay Studio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I kind of really want this beautiful cookie [rather, dog treat] jar to go next to my Le Creuset crocks. By Dunnmorr Studio, a Pennsylvania husband and wife pottery pair.

I kind of really want this beautiful cookie [rather, dog treat] jar to go next to my Le Creuset crocks. By Dunnmorr Studio, a Pennsylvania husband and wife pottery pair.

Turtle, Dragonfly, Fern and Flower / Set of 4 handmade pottery mugs in Brown/Black

Turtle, Dragonfly, Fern and Flower / Set of 4 handmade pottery mugs in Brown/Black

Sgraffito Pottery Technique - decorating pottery technique by applying layers of color or colors (underglazes or colored slips) to leather hard pottery, then scratching off areas to create contrasting images - by Lakeside Pottery

Scraffito Pottery Technique - decorating pottery technique by applying layers of color or colors (underglazes or colored slips) to leather hard pottery, then scratching off areas to create contrasting images - by Lakeside Pottery

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