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Profile: Tim Gee work comprises of individually thrown vessels using Audrey Blackman porcelain, surfaces are modified using a water etching technique with shellac used as a resist. The surface of the vessel is repeatedly etched until a suitable surface is achieved or the piece falls apart, whichever comes first. Bisque fired to 1000 C, sanded, then glazed and fired to 1300 C in an electric kiln. Interiors are glazed with my own recipe transparent and subtly coloured glazes.

Tim Gee work comprises of individually thrown vessels using Audrey Blackman porcelain, surfaces are modified using a water etching technique.

// susan simonini | stoneware bowl | otis & otto

These speckled pinch bowls are perfect for making your meal planning and baking jobs a snap.

Julia Smith Ceramics.

The Foyer Craft Gallery at Inverness Museum presents the work of Julia Smith (ceramics) and Karen Livingstone (textiles).

Atwater Ceramics #ceramics #pottery by Hercio Dias

Handmade Stoneware Tea Cup with Engobe Decoration and Gold Luster Rim by Olia Lamar (Atwater Ceramics)

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Hand modelled with a black clay reminiscent of lava. Glazed interior with a delicate hand drawn winter tree print.Size: diameter x highPlease allow 3 weeks for production.

Shown In: White     ONE SIZEShow  QuantityShowadd to bag  Add To Wish ListSend To FriendPin It  DETAILS  Filigree leaves sprout in abundance on this ceramic basket. Keep your loaves inside, and then use the olive wood lid as a cutting board when you're ready to carve some slices for sandwiches.

Verdant Bread Bin

It's beautiful - it's a bread bin, but I'm using it as inspiration for my new canister search. Also, why are all of the canisters I like twelve million dollars?

Green Hills Pot by Julia Smith

Place something on the cups, dip in glaze, remove and redip to get interesting colors and spots. Maybe use butter glaze?

blueberrymodern:  studio roos gomperts

earthenware, stoneware and porcelain pieces by roos gomperts, a ceramic artist from the netherlands. interesting "wind" technique for applying glaze.

colors and shapes of ceramics by shino takeda - ⌇DISCREET CHARMS⌇

Shino Takeda & ceramics are my perfect storm of color and shape. I love their speckled textures too. Imagine an entire kitchen filled with.