The Kiln is Open!
New Soda-Fired Stoneware
This fall, I've spent all my free time working on a new collection of utilitarian stoneware, that is fired to 2350 degrees F in a "soda-fired" kiln atmosphere.
All the pots are food safe and will clean up easily in the dishwasher or by hand in the sink. In fact, sometimes a guest in our kitchen will volunteer to wash the dishes so they can handle each of the pots we've used for a meal. My hope is that you will enjoy some of these handmade pots for dinners with friends and family, or simply enjoy living with them in your home.
Over the years, I've done a lot of product development for wholesale pottery lines, both for Napa Home & Garden, as well as Smith & Hawken, Restoration Hardware and others. Here are some of the most recent pieces, made over the past 2 or 3 years. Most never made it any further than my studio, so these are one of a kind or very short production runs where I was just exploring an idea. Some worked better than others. And some were tests for my first soda firing, so have the toasty surface texture found on soda-fired stoneware. I'm cleaning out the studio to get ready for spring, so I thought I'd make some of these available.
If you buy 2, you'll get a 3rd one free!
Use the coupon code PROTOTYPE at checkout.