Pottery

We are two potters, Karen and Nick, based in our Columbus, Ohio studio.  All of our pottery is 100% foodsafe, microwave safe, and dishwasher safe. We make everything completely by hand and with use of the potter’s wheel.  Everything is made with love and care.

Check out some of our pottery on this page…

Utensil Caddy
chopsticks bowl
chopsticks bowls
Mugs with leaf thumb rests
Mugs with leaf thumb rests
Leaning, self-draining soap dish
Leaning, self-draining soap dishes
Tall Steins
Tall Steins
Sponge Holders
Sponge Holders
Shaving Scuttles & Shaving Mugs
Shaving Scuttles & Shaving Mugs
Vases & Pitchers
Vases & Pitchers
Plates
Plates
funkymug
Groovy Mugs
Colanders & Berry Bowls
Colanders & Berry Bowls
shaving mugs
shaving mugs
Batter Bowls
batter bowls
Leaf Bowls
leaf bowls

 

owly
owl mugs

moustache1

curvy mugs
curvy mugs
sandy beach bowls
sets of bowls

yarnbowls2013

leaf plates
leaf plates
batter bowls – perfect for making waffles, pancakes, or other goodies
flower plates – queen anne’s lace
beer steins – big enough to hold your beer and stylish enough to impress
cake plates / display plates
pet bowls
large serving plates
ring holders
sgraffito mug – “King Bird” mug
custom mugs
Custom Mugs
custom mugs for local awesome business, The All Life Center

 

Visit our Contact Us page to get in touch with us.

About our process:
We use midrange stoneware clays including brown, speckled brown, rustone, buff (offwhite), and porcelain.  We fire the first time to around 1,945° F in order to strengthen the pottery for glazing and make it more porous to readily accept the glaze colors.  This is called the bisque firing, making the pottery “hard as a biscuit!”  Next, we glaze our pottery with various colors made using minerals, and finally we fire them a second time for the glaze firing to roughly 2,165°F or “cone 5”.  The result is durable & beautiful pottery that makes a lasting memorable gift for yourself or your friends.  Everything we make is 100% food-safe, dishwasher-safe, and microwave-safe.  If you place the pottery in the oven before heating it up and allow it to “preheat” with the oven, then everything is oven safe as well.  Do not ever place into an already hot oven.

Handmade Pottery & Soaps