Monday, November 10, 2008

Bisquet and Gravy!


There is something so pleasing to see all of my pots stacked up like this waiting to be glazed. I just had to share. These pots are all freshly unloaded from my final bisque firing for this glaze load. The kiln had so many plates in it that it took an Extra day to cool. I'm hoping to have everything glazed and loaded in the kiln by this weekend or next, so look for some new work in my shop soon.

12 comments:

Alexis said...

Wow, they're beautiful! Are they porcelain? They have that almost edible porcelain look :)

Jaclyn said...

Jeff! Alyssa shared your blog with me. It is so wonderful to see more of your work! My roommates and colleagues LOVE your mugs (as do I of course!)
I'm coming down to Florida in December. I'd love to see you if you're around during Christmas break. Keep me posted and send my love to everyone at the studio!

Jelveh Designs said...

wow that is a lot of work...good luck in finishing...
jelveh
peace

ARTISANNE said...

Stunning sight! You work very hard :0)

Rosebud Collection said...

Good work..they are lovely.

Rosebud Collection said...

Good work..they are lovely.

Rosebud Collection said...

Sorry, it hit twice..

kim* said...

ooh la la

Rosetung said...

Hi!

Was shopping for mugs on Etsy. Nice work! I just posted one of yours, along with others, on my blog. Assumed you wouldn't mind and thought you might be interested :)

Thanks,

J

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