Plates

5 1/2″ – 7″

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7″ – 9″

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4″ – 6″

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6″

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9 1/2″

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11″

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14″

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8 1/2″

Soap Dishes

I’ve been trying to make a soap dish, where the soap can drain or sit up out of the dish. I made some different shapes and sizes.

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Square soap dish.

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The soap dish has a grid, so the soap can drain.

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Round soap dish.

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Round soap dish.

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I think the ‘grid’ is too small for the dish.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas and thank you to everyone who has supported me, through your purchases and positive comments. I have kept busy supplying the stores and galleries where I sell my pots, in Grand Forks, Castlegar and Nelson. Over the past 8 months, I have missed the face to face contact with everyone, and looking forward to when it is safe again. Wishing everyone a safe, healthy and happy New Year. IMG_8918

Summer!

The weather in Trail is very HOT in the summer, so firing my kiln usually has to wait until September when the temperatures start to cool off. I almost have my kiln full with a bisque load ready for when I can start to fire again. Meanwhile, I keep making new pieces.

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Redtangle dish.

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I find I uaually keep some of my very small bowls in my cupboard as I have many uses for them.

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Some new pieces I threw today and a bowl that is trimmed and drying.

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Mugs, mugs, mugs….

Sets

I don’t enjoy making sets like dinner sets, mug sets, nesting bowls, but I do like making small sets that the pieces don’t have to match except for the glaze. I think that a single set is a good gift for someone just starting out on their own, or your Mom or Dad, sister or brother, or the hard to buy for friend..

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This set would be a great Breakfast or Lunch set.

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The plate is 7 1/2″

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Plate is 6 1/2″, This set would be great for toast and juice, sandwich & milk., afternoon snack.

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Soup & sandwich & milk.