2 tall bottle vases
Often times made as a triptic, these bottle vases are elegant and sleek. we sometimes showcase them in the front window with a bottle in each pane. These are in matte white.
3 Bottle Champagne Vessel
Same as above but in Gloss Blue, and with friends.
3 Dot Platter
platters $95.00 - $
The 3 Dot Platter has been quite popular recently, especially in the larger sizes. They also can hang on the wall. This one was 24 inches in diameter and sells for $300.00. Prices change with diameter size approximately $95.00 for a 15 inch and on up.
3 small dough bowls
This is the smaller version of the dough bowl. An elegant statement with the undulations flowing around the piece. Here it's in three different glazes: pumpkin yellow, black with red and on the right, matte white.
4 small dough bowls
You know, the undulations on the sides of these remind me of the movements of a ray underwater. The gentle waving as they skirt the bottom of a sandy bar. But anyway, these are in (from left to right) Flamestitch, Seafoam, Dragon combo, and Matte white.
Bottle lamp in Peacock
A gorgeous slim profile in the peacock glaze combo.
Cylindrical Tea Pot
A very fluid tea pot in the New Orleans Red glaze with a hammered foot.
dragon tea pot
An ample teapot with a hand pulled handle and spout. The handle on the lid reflects the handle for the whole piece. I have a poster of 100 teapots from China that I keep in my studio. But this one looks a lot more Japanese to me. Shown in Dragon Green.
This teapot was quite fun to make. It takes a little longer to facet the sides and have them look right. I used two glazes separate from one another to emphasize the textural difference of the piece itself. This one is shown in New Orleans Red and Matte Black.
This large floor pot is more of a One of a Kind than a Specialty Item, but I just like the look of it and want to make some more. The Ash glaze ran so much it gives the broadest part of the piece a more vertical appearance with those stripes. It stands about 27"
French Bread Tray
Another of Cindy's great works. Usually made with the textured wall paper, as seen here, this piece can be the serving center piece or side items along the way. Show here in Gloss White.
Giant Rice Jar
Giant Rice Jar - Flame Stitch $225.00
Approximately 15 inches in height, this 4 gallon covered jar got its impetus from my cousin's Thai wife fixin' every meal on a bed of rice. After our visit I went out and got myself a rice cooker and made a jar large enough to hold the 20 pound bag of jasmine rice we get at Sam's. This one is in the Flame Stitch glaze pattern.
This is a great lamp; size, shape, color, shade...It's glazed in the peacock combination. The only problem is I didn't straighten the shade before I took the picture...
Well roughly an hourglass shape. This one is in the Flame stitch glaze pattern.
Large Covered Jar with Leaves
glazed in just Southern Pecan $650.00
30 Inches tall. The original design came from a commissioned piece we did, the leaves were an idea that we had used for a totally different piece for Anthropologie. This piece is glazed in just Southern Pecan in varying thicknesses, thus all the different colors.
We sell more of these in Lafayette for Sangria than anywhere else. But you can use em for whatever you like. In Minnisota Wendy uses them for her rum dummy. (obvious results from concoction) But they work great for Iced Tea, Hot Tea, water, and whatever else. They come in three pieces; lid, body and base. This one is in the Flame Stitch glaze.
Large Dough Bowl
This is a great bowl for the Dining Room table. Also popular as a sink. I like them at parties full of ice and oysters on the half shell all around with some cocktail sauce in the center. The edges appear differently per piece. This one is in the flame stitch glaze pattern.
Large Dough Bowl in Dragon Combo
You've seen this, now in the Dragon Combo glaze pattern. 26" long 15" wide, and about 8" deep.
Large White Dough Bowl
The same fun piece as above just dressed up in Matte White. Cindy did the edges on this one. About 26" long and 15" wide and about 8" deep.
Round lidded lamp
About 14" in diameter this is a bold lamp for the house. Shown in gloss green. Shown here in the front window of our shop with some bud bottles and a large blue dispenser.
Serrated Tea Pot
The Serrated Tea pot has been a staple of ours for about 10 years. The body of the vessel is first formed as a cylinder, then the ridges are combed into it, then it is shaped only from the inside. Lots of fun and you only get one chance. This one has the Matte Tan on the lower serrated parts and Gloss Green on the upper, spout and lid.
Small Dough Bowl
Great for the dinning room table, also for serving, this piece really sets apart whatever you want to do. This one with torn edges is glazed in the Flame Stitch pattern.
Spaghetti jar - Gloss White
Southern Pecan / Gloss White $110.00
Tall enough for spaghetti. (Uncooked that is) Who doesn't need a spaghetti jar? The sides are combed for texture, and this one is in Southern Pecan with Gloss White.
Spaghetti Jar - Green Glaze
Moss Green Glaze $135.00
This one is in the Moss Green Glaze.specialty items.
Squared Rolled Lip Cut Foot Bowl
Southern Pecan $45.00
9 inches in diameter. The name pretty much sums it up. Kinda a mouth full if you ask me. This one has Southern Pecan on the inside and Pumpkin Yellow on the outside.
Tall Pitcher - glaze pattern
Flame Stitch glaze pattern $225
22 inches in height. The straight pitcher was where this began, but with it being so large I needed to make it have more of a visual impact, both in the shape and glazing. The lip is added, I put a big swirl in the neck, and a little squiggle in the handle, and it's in the Flame Stitch glaze pattern.
Sometimes you gotta put on your loud dress. This is RED. I know not the usual for our color pallet, but…like I said…
Here's a fun one when you have the time. A hot or cold drip coffee brewer. The top basket has a depression for a disc filter (such as one you'd get for a percolator) and a small hole below for drainage. The only time I get to use it is on the weekend, thus...