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The magic of tiny animal embroidery – Eira Teufel Interview

The magic of tiny animal embroidery – Eira Teufel Interview

Regardez cette photo Instagram de @suzannesullivanceramics • 870 mentions J’aime

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See this Instagram photo by @suzannesullivanceramics • 1,372 likes

See this Instagram photo by @suzannesullivanceramics • 1,372 likes

Ostindia Floris, 2012. Pattern design for Rörstrand, Sweden (via Caroline Slotte).

Ostindia Floris, 2012. Pattern design for Rörstrand, Sweden (via Caroline Slotte).

Jean marc Fondimare - Eric Hibelot

Jean marc Fondimare - Eric Hibelot

Bridget Bodenham ceramics

Bridget Bodenham ceramics

Ceramics by Charlotte Storrs at Studiopottery.co.uk

Ceramics by Charlotte Storrs at Studiopottery.co.uk

ceramics by éric hibelot & jean-marc fondimare

ceramics by éric hibelot & jean-marc fondimare

Kiln fresh, still warm to the touch and back in stock on Tuesday at 7 PM EST. When the seasons change I notice subtle changes in my glazes, little fascinating, sciency things. It was especially warm when I fired this glaze load causing the kiln to cool very slowly. As a result the Amaranth glaze produced subtle crystals in a milky-blue pool of glass. It's these sort of little things that make handmade work truly exceptional. We'll be listing these as "Raspberry" this upcoming Tuesday…

Kiln fresh, still warm to the touch and back in stock on Tuesday at 7 PM EST. When the seasons change I notice subtle changes in my glazes, little fascinating, sciency things. It was especially warm when I fired this glaze load causing the kiln to cool very slowly. As a result the Amaranth glaze produced subtle crystals in a milky-blue pool of glass. It's these sort of little things that make handmade work truly exceptional. We'll be listing these as "Raspberry" this upcoming Tuesday…

I love this bowl - I would call it "Drop in the puddle of humanity!"  I want to make one.

I love this bowl - I would call it "Drop in the puddle of humanity!" I want to make one.