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hand-made hand, part 2

Remember these?  They appeared in the bisque state below, and are now ready for sale or gifts.


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tea for one

This pot, a three-legged teapot, sold yesterday, will be going to someone’s mother for Christmas. It has a matte glaze (called “moonpax” at The Clay Queen studio in Alexandria) and a purchased bamboo handle.  20 more words

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hand-made hand, part 1

These pieces in greenware are ready for the bisque kiln.  They are a pouring bowl, a small lidded pitcher, a lidded jar, two ewers and a human hand. 25 more words

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a happy find at Miss Pixie's

Miss Pixie’s is a well-established house of treasures on 14th St. NW in Washington, DC.  It’s impossible for me to walk through without seeing wonderful objects and furniture that bring memories or just please the eye or hand.  31 more words

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set in red

These are the right size for the proper amount of milk (one cup/225 ml) and sugar or honey to put out at one time.  I like the way the red and blue glazes melt together.

Photos by me.

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Outpouring of spirits (or tea)

I’ve been out of town, out of the country, out of creative juices, but now I’m back.

This is a vessel for tea or spirits, glazed in matte white with unglazed handle and spout.  32 more words

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