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London - V&A - Ceramic Staircase

Dr Charlotte Drew writes ‘The Ceramic Staircase can be seen as a collection of ceramic experiments in painting, sculpture and architectural decoration that, like the original works of the della Robbia family, brought the sister arts and industry closer together and celebrated the two-fold status of the Italian Renaissance-inspired artist-workman’. 285 more words

Carol and Richard Selfridge

Richard Selfridge arrived in Canada in 1969 to pursue a PhD in Political Science.  A native of Seattle Washington, he first studied at Washington State University leaving the United States just before completing his PhD dissertation in Political Philosophy.   346 more words

Affordable mascaras give great results

Mascara is personally my must-have makeup item because I naturally have tired, sleepy eyes with eyelashes downwards so mascara is the magical tool obviously helping me improve my look, makes my eyes look better and more attractive, especially in the morning. 394 more words


Majolica - Made in Faenza, Italy

Becky’s lovely Tavira vase post reminded me of the beautiful ceramics we saw a few years ago on a trip to Faenza in Italy, the town between Bologna and Florence which produces work of great originality from old, traditional, designs and occasional new designs.  707 more words


Our first finished pieces out of the kiln! This was really exciting after months of half-done things spread across my desk. These were the tiles and (in my case) bowls that we had decorated using the majolica technique. 304 more words


Arts & Crafts Era Pottery - Carl Gebauer Vase + More!

A personal favorite from the Antique shop of Chic Mouse Vintage is this stunning Carl Gebauer Art Pottery Vase.

It has his signature twisted tri – handle. 226 more words