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  • For the ceramicist without access to an enormous kiln, you can actually throw your pottery on a grill for a DIY alternative. Check out this guide for the how-to. Via: Ceramic Arts Daily

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  • “I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

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  • Treat your favorite foodie to a polka-dotted honey pot. #etsy

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  • Kintsugi (“golden joinery”) is the Japanese art of repairing damaged pottery with gold. It restores functionality to a broken vessel, but also adds beauty and worth. It turns brokenness into the most valuable part of the piece.

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  • Love pottery. I want it to be practical as well as pretty. No dust collectors.

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  • Anne J Vase | Designer: Anne Jørgensen

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  • DiTerra pottery • cool dots (fede prikker)

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  • Pair of Signed Knotted Handle Pottery Mugs

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  • coil project?; different take on the hand building technique Blue Keep - Jim Kraft #ceramic #art

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  • June Ridgway | Smoke-fired vessel (2012). Coiling handbuilding technique. Pieces are placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating unique marks and colour.

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  • wheel thrown pottery ideas | ... You Call it, Mixing Colored Clays Makes for Gorgeous Pottery Surfaces

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  • We use dragon eggs to hold our lights. They work remarkably well because they amplify the light but the heat of the flames doesn't burn your hands.

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  • Kerry Hastings Ceramics - hand coiled one of a kind bowls. These glazes are subtle but lovely. These are Matte glazes. We only have a few in the studio. If you are interested let me know and I can order more.

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  • Love the floating glazes and how they work to transition the joint on the piece. Beautiful slab work!

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  • japanese tea cups

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  • I'd love to create something similar in brown clay with a botanical pattern. Architectural Pottery RL Lantern

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  • Nicky Ross for Door Pottery Garden Glow in Northern Lights Green Vase

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  • Wheel Thrown Pottery Coffee or Tea Cup in a by PotterybyJolene, $17.50 - Wow, do I ever love this glaze!

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  • Marika Akilova, White Raku Bowls. OHMYGAH

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  • Ceramics by Ray Macro at Studiopottery.co.uk - Group of three Wall lights - Triangular section. Two sided and single sided. Produced in 2003.

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  • Spoonrest - like this idea - would catch what's dripping and take up less room on the stove

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  • Oh my! This site is full of lots of amazing ideas! I can learn so much from him.

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  • What other materials could I do this with...great surface to gild or paint or stain?... Michael Sherrill, NC ceramicist

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  • Dow Redcorn Mug at MudFire Gallery love the tree design

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  • All hand made ceramic pieces by Fanny Laugier (France). Photography by Sebastien Duguy. www.fannylaugier.com

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  • TeaBag Toss - place three teapots on a table. Guests stand at a pre-set distance from the table and try tossing 5 teabags into the pots. The one with the most points wins.

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  • LOVE this! White Bird Lantern from Lee Wolfe Pottery

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  • from Twisted Terra, ceramic site for clay artists - love the design and glaze

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  • screen print foam process for clay. Great idea this technique could be adapted for loads of projects!

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  • Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. In 1942 he was born in Nagoya, Japan, where he studied painting during his high school years

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