I will be taking a short break from selling for the first two weeks of January. After that time I will be back to work, and expect to sell at February’s Second Saturday Market. See you soon!
Join me at the December Second Saturday Market, 10 – 3, this Saturday at the Airport Shopping Center. I’ve got new pots to show, and there are lots of vendors. It will be a great chance to find gifts for the holidays. PLUS you can enter to win a gift basket of items donated by the Second Saturday Market vendors. See you Saturday!
Here are some of the pots that I have available. All are original, one-of-a-kind pieces, handmade by me. They are microwave safe, dishwasher safe, and food safe. Some are oven safe, too, if you follow the directions included with the pot. All prices include a 5% CBJ tax. If you live here in Juneau, be sure to leave me contact information, and I will work with you to get your pot(s) to you. If you don’t live here, be sure to leave contact information so that I can call you with a shipping quote. I will add new items to the list periodically, and remove items no longer for sale. Thank you for your business.
Set of Three Small Bowls
These three individual-size bowls are an excellent size for soups and stews, with a deep, rounded shape. They are 6 inches in diameter. The outside surface is a light, speckled blue, and the inside is a grayish blue with splashes of faded red.
Small Casserole Dish
This pot is perfect for leftovers and lunches. It is yellow-green in color on red clay. The lid is a polished stone from Michigan. The pot is 7 inches wide and just over 3 inches deep. The interior is a deep red.
This yellow and rust colored pitcher is 6 inches deep and 5 inches wide at its widest point.
small lidded casserole dish
This container is perfect for leftovers or lunch. It is a microwave safe dish with carved salmon decor, in a rust color, and a polished rock handle. It is about 7 inches wide and 3 inches deep.
This white glazed bowl, made with white clay, is lightweight and delicate. It measures 6 1/2 in diameter.
Black clay mug with burgundy glaze trim. Finger holds make it easy to hang onto. 4" deep.
good sized mug
Beautiful black clay mug with blue-green glaze trim and white dot design. 4" deep.
This mug is made with red clay, and easily holds 16 ounces of liquid without feeling heavy. Glaze is a yellow and rust color.
This black clay mug will feel just right in your hand. The fingerholds, clay texture, and raised white dots offer you a good grip on your beverage. It has a burgundy glaze trim, and is 4" tall.
Set of 6 cups
These 12 ounce cups have a blue-green outside and a bottle green inside. They are textured with a hammered surface, and have handholds impressed. They are sold as a set.
This small lidded jar is made from black clay. The interior has a clear glaze, which makes the jar safe for food products. The handle is a Juneau stone polished by me. The jar is 4 1/2 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches wide.
This small lidded jar is just right for a holder of your sea salt or other items easily sprinked with the wooden spoon that hangs on the side of the jar. Approximately 4 1/2 inches tall.
Small Lidded Jar
This 5 1/2" tall container is blue-green and blue glazed on red clay, and features a pale green polished rock handle. Beautiful.
A terra cotta red clay vessel with colorful splashes of glaze on the outside, and a deep red glazed interior. It is nearly 6 inches tall. A white raven guards the sponge.
This bowl is large enough for a hearty helping of whatever you want to put in it. It is made of red clay, and measures 7" in diameter
This container is like a brick oven for your bread. Allow the bread to rise in the bottom, and then bake it, covered, in the oven. It measures 12 inches wide, and 8 inches tall with the base. Special directions will be included for oven-safe use.
Spoon rest, approximately 3 1/2 inches wide and 4 inches long.
This bowl has rust and yellow color on red clay. It is 7 inches in diameter.
This bowl is 7 inches wide, and has rust and yellow colors on red clay. It is 7 inches in diameter.
This lidded jar is 6 1/2 inches tall and 7 inches in diameter. The lid's handle is a piece of polished petrified wood from the Shumigan Islands.
New pots awaiting firing and glazing
Summer is definitely over here in Juneau, so I’m back in my studio/garage working with clay. It feels great! The kiln is freshly loaded with all my new creations, and I’ll be glazing like a madwoman starting tomorrow. This coming Saturday, the 9th, I will be selling my pottery at the Second Saturday Market (airport shopping center), so come on by between 9 and 3.
Soon to come: The ability to purchase pots right from this website!