The last August Pots

I have been back from the Salmon a week and am just finishing the throwing for my September firing. I’ll be trimming tomorrow and loading and firing the wood kiln next week. The sale is on September 11.
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The scene of the crime and my muse.
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I made a couple of dozen small jars like this for honey pots. People have been bugging me about them all summer.
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Tumblers make good fillers.
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Ed Palmer once said that mugs are money. I sure run out of them quickly.
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Large serving bowls, think potatoes, salad, etc.
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Detail of bowl decoration featuring a cord wrapped roller.
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Large and small bowls with spouts, gravy, sauces, batter etc.
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Faceted bowls.
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My standard soup bowl.
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The footed diamond dish lives.
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My version of the butter pot.

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One Response to “The last August Pots”

  1. Joanne aka Ellany Says:

    Joe, don’t you love pots in the green state? I do! These are so lovely. So I guess I’ve been using my “butter pot” as a sugar bowl for all these years! I love it though.
    I just started making pots again. It has been a while since I’ve been is the swing because of teaching a lot. Going into the studio today! Yay! Happy trimming to you and have a great day.

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