Turkey Day pots.

As usual I spent Thanksgiving Day working. I unloaded the kiln in the morning and got the pots all carried into the shop. After eating the bird with friends I returned to the scene of the crime and spent the rest of that day pricing pots and preparing the showroom for the sale Friday and Saturday. Here are few examples of what I got.
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Yunomi
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Three pairs of round boxes.
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Footed dishes with Avery slip.
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Small coffee mugs
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Jug
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Two sides of the same pitcher.
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Two 12 inch plates.
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Graduated canister sets
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Bread Pans
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Tea bowls with Avery slip.
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Two jugs

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4 Responses to “Turkey Day pots.”

  1. Hollis Engley Says:

    Looks like a great firing, Joe.

  2. Matty Trueherz Says:

    If your willing to ship one of the footed dishes with avery slip I would love to buy one, matty.trueherz@comcast.net

  3. ang Says:

    yum…

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