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November November....

I have been busy making and throwing bowls for Raku firing over the Christmas period, and toying with the idea of making a little wood fired Raku kiln. This would be based upon Nesrin During's example in Ceramic Arts Daily. I think though in all honestly- this might have to wait until Spring!

In the meantime- I am going through some of my older stock- shipping work to a few galleries- and hopefully re opening my Etsy web shop soon- so I can ship Internationally. 

I still let a few pieces go at lower prices on eBay- I get lots of seconds as you can imagine- through Raku firing...anyway here's a lot from my current ebay auction. See you soon...

Auction Listing: 

Totem II


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