Local wood ash rivulet glaze layered over white and blue glazes (brown and yellow tones courtesy of glaze mixing during firing). Interior is a food-safe red iron oxide glaze.
Mugs, cups, bowls, soup mugs, honey pots, and pitchers available as of 11/27/18. I posted about these here.
All work made prior to late 2018 is high-fire clay, finished in a cone 10 reduction kiln. All pots are food-safe and highly durable (cone 10 is just about the hottest kiln temperature, which means the pieces become very compressed, solid and resistant to breakage). Put it in your dishwasher if you want to, or hand wash it like I do sometimes (the dishwasher is arguably safer for those of us who tend to fumble, like me). Pots are safe for the microwave but sometimes react differently than mass-made dishes (you might have to heat it a little longer or shorter than you would think).
Notes on shipping: mailing pottery is labor-intensive, and the actual shipping is not ever going to be cheap or free. I’ve tried to lower my shipping costs but what ends up happening is that I just make less on each piece of pottery. That’s not fair to me. I also want to be fair to my customers, and to me that means telling it like it is: the pot is worth a certain amount to me, and the shipping costs what it costs. I don’t charge extra for handling. (This little blurb is in response to Etsy pushing its sellers to offer free shipping. It just doesn’t work that way for some of us.)