I had an extra amount of clay when making the handle, and this was the result! I used tape to mask off the lines complimenting the handle to reveal the raw clay underneath the white glaze. approx. 10-12 oz. I love the speckles in this!
Ok, so this is more of a root beer color than wine, but would you have clicked on it if it said root beer? …. maybe haha. There are also subtle hints of sparkling blue amongst textured bits of clay I added to provide extra texture. I’m also a big fan of this form.
All I can say is “Wow!” Yes, yes, I made it and am trying to get you to buy it, but there are some pots I pull out of my kiln and I’m blown away at how well they turned out. This is definitely one of those. It’s around 5 inches tall.
You May want to check out the combination of this pot plus Warped Earth Platter! They look great together!!
These vases sat on my studio shelves for nearly a year unglazed. I was so in love with the form I didn’t want to ruin it by my glaze choice. A friend said they reminded her of the landscape in Sedona. I glazed them with two slightly different orange-reds and here we are!
Something was up with the glaze on top. I think it is because I put a clear coat on top of it, but I kind of like it. If you look closely, you can see wavy lines of white, reminiscent of snow drifts.
Did you see the snowflake on the inside of the mug?!
I’m sure you can see there are a couple places where the glaze crawled away from the mug, but it’s still completely functional!
Very comfortable handle!
around 10 oz.