Sugar Bowl and Spoon Springer Design This sugar bowl is made of pecan wood, and spoon made of walnut wood, locally sourced in Dallas, Texas. The material used to create this item comes from rescued trees and is truly sustainable.
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Charlie and Linda Riggs began experimenting with saggar firing after being disappointed with the results of some of their pit firings. So one day, Charlie decided to experiment with some bisque pots he had. He put some wood shavings, salt, copper carbonate/copper sulfate and wire encircling a white burnished pot into a bisqued bowl. Then... Read More »
C'est l'Atelier des garçons qui fabrique ces magnifiques bouteilles... teintées de jaune!
Ceramics Monthly Emerging Artist Sebastian Moh. Vote for your favorite emerging artist May 1-15, 2013 at http://ceramicartsdaily.org/contests/emerging-artist-2013-peoples-choice-contest/
I would love to make a set of dishes like this. They would be really pretty in a darker salmon color, or in raiku style natural glazes.