It’s in the Details

It may be the curve of a handle, or the thumb-mark at the top of the handle.  The sparkle of a glaze, or the subtle muted mattness of a glaze.  It could be the way your lip touches the rim of a mug, or the way your finger fits in a two finger handle or four finger handle, as you sip your tea.  There are a myriad of qualities that make up the details of your favorite piece of pottery.

Happy Pottery shopping this weekend at my Open Studio, Holiday Sale!

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