Seconds, Trials, End Of the Line 1

Seconds, Trials, End Of the Line 1

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These are all items that are either the last of their series, seconds (will note in description), or trials of something that will not be a regular small-batch item for me at this time. They are typically one-of-a-kinds at great prices!

- Birch - Birch Tree black/stoneware tray - 7"x7"x1.25"
- TMug - Turquoise mug with black floral designs - 5.5" rim to handle, 4" opening, 4" tall
- Rose Mug - Doily textured mug with sculpted roses in reds/whites/breaking pale pinks on stoneware clay - 5.5"x4" tall
- Floral Finger Dishes - Set of 6 small stoneware finger-dishes with floral texture and greenish highlights - 2.5" diameter each
- Orange Cups Set - set of 6 orange/blue dragonfly single dip ice cream cups, small juice cup, oversized shot glass - perfect for one succulent - 2.75" diameter at top, 2" tall each
- Blue Cups Set- set of 6 blue with carved white Avatar inspired designs single dip ice cream cups, small juice cup, oversized shot class - perfect for one succulent - 2.75" diameter at top and 2" tall each.
- Garlic Light Blue - Light blue Garlic Grater on Stoneware clay 4" diameter
- Garlic Dark Blue - Dark blue Garlic Grater on Stoneware clay 4" diameter
- Tasting with Glasses - tasting tray with glasses 9" diameter by 5" tall with glasses
- Green Earrings - Green Porcelain Earrings with blue bead and sterling ear wires
- Teal Creamer Only - Small pouring creamer cup in a dark teal breaking brown
- Lupine Sugar/Creamer Set - Small Sugar creamer set with loop on sugar to hold small spoon
- Pale blue Sugar/Creamer Set - Small Sugar creamer set with loop on sugar to hold small spoon
- 3 Blue Cups - Set of 3 drippy blue cups for single dip ice cream, small juice, oversized shot glass - perfect for one succulent - Approximately 2.5" diameter, 2.5" tall
- Green Bowl with Bees - 7"x2" bowl with 3 bees in green
- White/Blue Bottle - 4"x6" bottle with cork
- Green Bottle - 3.5"x6" bottle with cork
- Green Cups with Flowers - Set of 3 single dip ice cream cups, small juice cup, oversized shot glass - perfect for one succulent 2.75" diameter at top, 2" tall each
- Last year's trees - have 2 teal/pale green or teal/yellow both with seagulls
- Green tray with fish print - 5.25"x8"
- Yellow Blue Planter with Bee - hole in bottom 4.75"x 5.5" tall
- Yellow Blue Planter with Attached drip catch and bees 4.75"x5.5" tall
- White/Yellow vase with bees - 4"x5" all
- Blue/Yellow Honey-pot with bees - 4"x4"
- White Garlic Grater - 4" diameter
- Blue Plate with Black printed Moorish pattern - Approx. 8" diameter, 1.25" rim height
- White Earrings with sterling wires
- Green Earrings with sterling wires
- Blue fish earring sterling wires
- Necklace/Fish Earring set with sterling wires and 18" sterling chain
- Pair of Flamingo Origami Plates
- Large Sugar Bowl - Lupine Pattern with loop for spoon 3"x4"
- Teal Sugar/Creamer Set - 5.5"x4" each
- Goblets with Trigger fish designs ~4"x7.5"
- Jar with Chameleon Design ~ 5"x6.5"
- Set of 4 tiny bowls green with blue heart - 2"x0.25"
- Set of 2 Moorish Texture Brown/Green Square Dishes - 4"x4"X1"

These items are one-of-a-kind, handmade items and should be hand-washed or top-rack dishwasher washed. Dish-ware is microwave friendly as long as no metallics are used in the design; however care must be used to ensure you do not overheat them or thermally shock a piece for longevity.

Made to order, drop-ship, and print-on-demand products listed on this website each may have longer than expected delivery timelines. Please see all information about the product to understand the shipping timeframe. In some cases, items on this site will be shipped directly to you from a producer of that item vs. directly from Amy Lee's studio. I partner with other artisans and producers to allow this website to flourish in addition to spending time making new fun small-batch items in my studio!

My handmade pottery items are made individually when I "throw" clay on the potter's wheel to shape the basic form. Sometimes I literally throw it onto the wheel head to get it to stick well, but the process in-general is called "throwing". They are turned over, re-centered, and trimmed when the clay has been allowed to dry slightly. Sometimes I also start with slabs of clay that are then hand-built into their shapes vs. on the wheel. Handles and other clay additions are then added and the piece is allowed to dry very slowly to prevent warping or cracking. When the piece is completely bone dry it is fired in a kiln (think big clay oven) to a temperature of just over 1800 degrees F. After this first firing, the piece is then decorated with glazes that a much like a slurry of powdered glass in water and often do not look anything like their finished colors. When the glaze is dry, each piece is carefully loaded back into the kiln to be fired again to a temperature over 2200 degrees F. This work is considered "mid-range" temperature pottery fired to Cone 6-7 upon completion. 

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