More pots from the kiln


Went to see Anne today at her pottery to see the latest collection.One failure in firing but the rest look pretty good . The round ones above came in two sizes.

Small Round Pots    17 cm diameter  5cm high  3 cm deep

Large Round  Pots  21 cm    x 5 cm H  3cm deep

In addition to the ash glaze Anne also made a couple of unglazed ones in response to theglaze-compare comments I took back from last months club meeting, the difference is noticeable in the photo of a pile of pots.(Right)



She also made a couple more oval ones and if you look closely there are two different glazes.

Oval Pots   25cm x 17 cm 5.5cm high 3.5cm deep
and              24cm x 17cm 5.5cm high  3.5cm deep


Close up of unglazed large roundlaerge-unglazed

Hope to have a price list sorted out soon keep in touch anyone interested.

These are quality pots by a craftsman potter who if you cost her hours, material costs, rent and kiln expenses almost certainly does not earn the living wage figure, few artists and craftsmen do.


About Michael Cooper

Bonsai enthusiast and artist. After recording the rural scene in watercolours for over thirty years and having my own studio gallery I am now semi retired. I still sell my prints though to customers worldwide via my website and through the Somerset Crafts Gallery, Avalon Marshes Centre,Westhay nr Glastonbury BA6 9TT. The rest of the time is spent looking after my bonsai trees, I like the exercise.
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