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LG Potter
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$65
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This stoneware bowl was wheel-thrown and fired to almost 2400 degrees. The spiral was added while the wheel was turning slow with two rib shaped tools, that moved up the profile in a quick motion. The interior glaze is a wood ash type that mottles and the exterior is a dry yellow glaze. It is 5.5" tall, 13.5" in diameter at the rim and 3.75" across at its base. It is food and d...More
LG Potter
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$300
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This teapot carries on the tool theme I'm having fun with. The handle was cast from a childs play-tool set with plaster. Liquid clay, slip, was then poured into the plaster mold and left to set up for about 12 hours. The hammer casting needs to still be wet enough to manipulate. The hammer was then bent and cut to fit the body of the teapot. With the hammer casting being h...More
LG Potter
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$2,500
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LThis Stoneware wheel thrown bowl was fired to almost 2400 degrees Fahrenheit. It has two different ash glazes, a rivulet wood ash on the exterior and a more subtle faux ash glaze on the interior. I made a press mold of a lug nut out of plaster. I would then take a little ball of clay and press it in the mold. I took a loop tool and carved out excess clay to keep the weight o...More
LG Potter
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$2,500
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This Stoneware wheel thrown bowl was fired to almost 2400 degrees Fahrenheit. It has two different ash glazes, a rivulet wood ash on the exterior and a more subtle faux ash glaze on the interior. I made a press mold of a lug nut out of plaster. I would then take a little ball of clay and press it in the mold. I took a loop tool and carved out excess clay to keep the weight of t...More
LG Potter
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$250
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This stoneware bowl was wheel thrown and measures 20" x 7.75". It is prime to be a center piece for a large open area. It has a Japanese based shino glaze with two different ash glazes sprayed over it for contrast. The green mottled glaze around the rim is of wood ash and the base ash underneath that is a faux ash of blonde color. This bowl was fired to almost 2400 degrees Fah...More
LG Potter
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$114
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This jar is made of stoneware clay and was thrown on the potter's wheel. The scroll handles were hand-pulled and rolled. The knob on the lid is hollow to keep the weight of the piece down. It was glazed in a Japanese khaki glaze that normally yields a shiny finish but I instead sandblasted it for an eggshell finish. Mineral oil was applied to produce its sheen. It measures 11 1...More
LG Potter
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$120
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This porcelain pitcher measures 11 1/4" x 7 1/2" x 6". It is part of the series of pitchers that is inspired by birds of paradise. During the throwing process on this piece, I began to collar in the clay, towards the top, after having pushed the body out. I then cut were it was tapering in, along a line and set the top aside. The bottom was then pulled up more and then closed i...More
LG Potter
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$80
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This teapot is thrown with porcelain and when thrown thin enough, it is translucent. That is the case with this tiny. It measures only 3.25" tall and is 4" at its widest point. Although this is a fully functional teapot including a strainer, it is probably best suited for home decor. The base glaze is a mostly volcanic ash that has turned a nice lime green with the secondary gl...More
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