Category Archives: teapot

Flap Flap Flap

I’ve a string of pictures fro you here, partly because I am so very tired that I have not the energy to be writing much and if I do it will be even more gobble-de-gook than it usually is. I’m … Continue reading

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Friday

Where on earth has the week gone? I suddenly realise it’s friday and I don’t know what on earth happened to the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday bits. where did they go? I’m not entirely sure what there is to show … Continue reading

Posted in bowls, Cambridge Contemporary Art, owl, plates, sgraffito, teapot, thistles, Wild Hart, work experience | 5 Comments

All sorts

Well yesterday I was over at Jason‘s place to “help” him fire his kiln. So up at 4am to light it and then finished at around 6pm, about two and a half or three tons of wood used and it … Continue reading

Posted in big bowl, chargers, Jason Shackleton, teapot, The Contemporary Craft Fair | 7 Comments

Wierd dreams and muesli pots.

Last night I had a dream, odd dreams are not uncommon in my head, this was very odd though. I dreamt the kiln was built and packed and had been fired and it was time to unpack the first firing. … Continue reading

Posted in Buxton, Ceramics in the Round, Sally Raven, teapot | 5 Comments

Pugmills and teapots.

I have acquired two things in the last couple of days and I thought I’d share them with you. Number 1: My new pugmill, it is covered in some white stuff at the moment which the man I got it … Continue reading

Posted in pugmill, teapot, Walter Keeler | 5 Comments