Harvest Jug Wars

My big jug came out of the kiln yesterday Doug, you can tell we’ve both been looking at the same books recently.

This is the largest in a set of three jugs. Still the smallest one to go but it is thrown and ready.

I have got some pots that I acquired at the Geffrye to show you still, I haven’t forgotten them.

More last minute making for the S.P.A and S.B.M.C exhibition going on. Lizzie has been working her magic with these two small bases that I made. Another of these still to come and possible a lid for the leafless tree one too.

I’m going away again on saturday down to Origin to try to help Amanda who is exhibiting at this very prestigious event. I know she is in a complete panic but I think that her work will go down fabulously well because it is such amazing work. If you are in London do come and visit so you can see what I mean.

It’s another week with lots and lots to do, getting pots decorated and finished so they can be drying slowly while I am away next week. It has been such a busy year so far I can’t quite believe it and there is still a list a mile long!

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6 Responses to Harvest Jug Wars

  1. doug Fitch says:

    Hey that's a beauty, really tasty – blimey they don't arf take some scrathcing don't they? It's the right time of year for harvest jugs. The basket bottom's a nifty idea, very nice bottom indeed.

  2. Anna says:

    Jugs and bottoms. Hm. These blogs are getting racey. :)

  3. Dan Finnegan says:

    I gotta make me a Harvest Jug! Very inspiring, you and Doug.

  4. ang says:

    ah the mermaid came out a treat, lovely piece H..let battle commence..!

  5. Dueling Harvest Jugs, I can hear the banjos now. Nice work, Hannah.

  6. ajsimmons says:

    Thanks Hannah…so glad you're coming with me! x

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