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Hand Turned Pottery

The potter uses the body to apply varying degrees of pressure to shape several pounds of clay. After years of practice, the hands become a unit of measurement. It's a very physical, humbling, and rewarding process to craft an item of both form and function.

Our ceramics are fired twice in a kiln. The first firing heats up to 1800 degrees and the second heats up to 2100 degrees. It takes 24 hours for each firing to heat up and cool down. All items are individually made on the pottery wheel and vary in size, color, and texture. These variations and imperfections are cherished and embraced! 

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