Hand Made High Fired Pottery, by David Brown. Mr. Brown mainly uses a pale firing stoneware clay body. Occasionally, he uses a porcelain clay. His larger, hand (slab or coil) built pieces are made with clay, which he modified by the addition of sand, grog or grit and occasionally, he has impressed small shards of fired ceramic or glass into the surface. All my work is fired in an electric kiln, first biscuited to 1000C then to cone 8 about 1250C. See more of his pieces here.
This Listing is for our brand new Appaloosa Glaze! This glaze is a lovely gradient of dark and light grey color on a cream mug. Its the perfect mug for getting cozy with on a chilly day, and its name comes from the gorgeous coloring of Appaloosa Horses. The size of these mugs ranges slightly, but generally holds 12oz. All of my work is food safe, and can be microwaved. Paper & Clay is a small shop making small batches of handmade ceramics. My quantities are limited as I make each piece…
I love that long and narrow butcher/wood dining table. I think a smaller size - to sit only 6 would work in my kitchen's dining area. Add some caster wheels and it would give me the function I need and free up more space around the room.
Brass Ladies – brooches hand pierced in brass - The subject of the nude woman is fraught with conflicts. The female form is often reductively objectified and generally devalued. I want my work to have a humour and an informality that isn't often afforded to the subject of the naked women or indeed the discipline of jewellery