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Tiny Pots (10)

Created on: Sun, August 30, 2020
Tiny pots take the same amount of labor as making large pots. These are thrown "off the hump," a term used by potters for drawing up small balls of clay from a large lump and forming little pots on the wheel that are cut from the hump and later trimmed and decorated. They are all under 4" tall. The vases give tiny flowers a special receptacle and a focus for meditation.
  • 3" wheel thrown aqua tiny flower pot with carved and dotted decoration. Sold.
  • Tiny 3" wheel thrown bud vase with peacock blue underglaze and white dotted surface. Sold.
  • Teensy 3" wheel thrown bud vase with crawl glaze surface. Sold.
  • Tiny 3 1/4" wheel thrown vase with red underglaze, carved decoration. Sold.
  • Tiny 3" wheel thrown vase with dotted surface decoration. Sold.
  • Tiny 3 1/4" wheel thrown vase with teal underglaze and crawl glaze. Sold.
  • Tiny 2 1/2" vase with dotted glaze decoration. Wheel thrown and carved with brown underglaze.
  • 3 1/4" tiny bud vase wheel thrown and carved with teal underglaze.
  • 2 inch tiny bud vase wheel thrown and carved with red underglaze.
  • Tiny 3" pot that is wheel thrown with carved underglaze.

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