blue-grey pourer

I think of these pourers as useful for things like soy sauce, cooking oil, & salad dressing.  Leave the cork in to shake out drops of liquid, & remove the cork for pouring a stream.  This pourer is 3.5" high, 4" wide, & 3.5" deep, & it was fired in my own gas kiln.  As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.

blue-grey pourer

$40.00

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pale shino pourer

I think of these pourers as useful for things like soy sauce, cooking oil, & salad dressing.  Leave the cork in to shake out drops of liquid, & remove the cork for pouring a stream.  This pourer is 3.5" high, 4" wide, & 3.75" deep, & it was fired in my own gas kiln.  As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.

pale (gustin) shino pourer

$40.00

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gold shino pourer

I think of these pourers as useful for things like soy sauce, cooking oil, & salad dressing.  Leave the cork in to shake out drops of liquid, & remove the cork for pouring a stream.  This pourer is 4.5" high, 4.25" wide, & 3.75" deep, & it was fired in my own gas kiln.  As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe

gold shino pourer

$40.00

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green-blue pourer

I think of these pourers as useful for things like soy sauce, cooking oil, & salad dressing.  Leave the cork in to shake out drops of liquid, & remove the cork for pouring a stream.  This pourer is 4" high, 5" wide, & 4" deep, & it was fired in my own gas kiln.  As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe

crazy green pourer

$40.00

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shino coffee/tea jar

I've really loved making jars these last few years, & the pleasure of them is in the details, for me.  The lid is secured with a leather cord, & it can be opened/closed easily by slipping the knot on one end of the cord out from/into the lug with a notch on one side.  The foot is hand-carved, & the 4 individual feet had their bottoms carved out, again by hand, to keep the chunky shape of the bottoms from being heavy.  This jar was fired in my own gas kiln & is 5" high, 5.25" wide, & 4.75" deep.  As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.

gold shino coffee/tea jar w/ cord

$65.00

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(orange) shino pourer

I think of these pourers as useful for things like soy sauce, cooking oil, & salad dressing.  Leave the cork in to shake out drops of liquid, & remove the cork for pouring a stream.  This pourer is 5.5" high, 3.5" wide, & 3" deep, & it was fired in my own gas kiln.  As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe

orange gustin shino pourer

$40.00

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bud vase

This little bud vase was fired for four days in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, in October, & was a tiny favorite of mine from that firing. It is ~3.25" high and ~4" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

favorite bud base

$28.00

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shino vase

This vase was fired for four days in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, in October. The vase is ~8.5" high,  ~4.25" wide, & 3.75" in depth .   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

shino split vase

$46.00

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bud vase with tenmoku drop

This little bud vase was fired for four days in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, and I loved the combination of the wad mark on the side & the drip of tenmoku at its lip. The vase is ~3.75" high and ~3.75" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

bud vase w/ tenmoku drip

$28.00

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stout wood-fired jar

This jar was also fired for four days in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, and it sat at the very front of the kiln, where it received gorgeous helpings of melted ash throughout the length of the firing. The jar is ~9.5" high and ~9.5" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

Textured, round wood-fired jar w/ ash, wider base

$135.00

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small wood-fired globe vase

This small globe vase was also fired for four days in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, and it was fired on its side to allow for the unique sunset-like markings on it. The vase is ~5.75" high and ~5.75" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

small wood-fired globe vase w/ neck

$45.00

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medium wood-fired globe vase

This globe vase was also fired for four days in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, & the lovely marks on the surface are from firing it on its side & letting the ash & flame work around the refractory wads of clay that supported it. The vase is ~9" high and ~8" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

medium wood-fired globe vase w/ neck

$78.00

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gas-fired shino vase (large)

A vase from the first firing of my own gas kiln!  I like that the carbon-trapped surface seems almost planetary. The vase is ~10.5" high and ~9.5" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  

large gas-fired shino vase

$125.00

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ash-covered shino jar

This jar too was fired in an anagama-style wood kiln in Nelson County, VA, and it also sat at the very front of the kiln.  As a result, it received a lot of melted ash, &, in this case, the grey of the ash makes a striking contrast to the orange of the shino glaze underneath it. The jar is ~5" high and ~6.5" in diameter.   As with all of my pots that are meant for your kitchen and table, it is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe, though pots will last longest if you hand wash them.  You can read more about wood- and salt-firing here.

ash-covered, squat shino jar

$55.00

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