Pottery Wine Glasses are back in stock! A couple of great features about these handcrafted, wheel thrown wineglasses: The thumb and finger divots to make them oh-so-perfectly-comfortable!…AND they can go in the dishwasher! (who wants to hand wash after relaxing with some wine?!) I will be bringing a few sets of these to my pop-up sale at West Elm in Seattle, on 4/15/18, or you can order from my Fern Street Pottery website. Wine time, wine glasses, cocktail glasses, pottery, handmade in Indianola, Washington. Continue reading
I have been hard at work, restocking the White Speckled glaze on Red Stoneware Pottery. These farm style, angled glaze pottery mugs are in the Fern Street Pottery shop and will be coming with me to West Elm, Seattle for my Pop-up show on 4/15/18. Come visit me there! I call this style the Northwest Mug, as it is designed to keep your coffee or tea warm for a longer period of time- perfect for our long northwest winters! Handcrafted in Indianola, Washington, with your home decor and happiness in mind. Coffee tastes better in a handmade mug! P.S. this is stoneware! No terra cotta here.
A large colander in white. 12″ in diameter. Visit my shop to peruse more of my work at Fern Street Pottery
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Celebrate the big events with small mementos. Handmade pottery wedding ring dish to safely store your beautiful rings. Great as a gift for yourself or a friend. Available in Soft Purple, Sky Blue, or Teal from FernStreetPottery.com
Hamsa wall hangings are traditionally hung at your front door, in your entry way, in your living space, or over the a child’s bed; where ever you want protection from the evil eye. The Hamsa is a protective symbol found in many cultures. In Judaism it is called a Hamsa or Hand of Miriam or the Five Fingered Hand of God, in islamic tradition it is called the Hand of Fatima, Christians refer to it as the Hand of Mary. In Turkey you will see blue glass eye amulets, which are an abbreviated version of this icon of protection from the evil eye. One of the things I love about the protective hand is that it is found in so many cultural and religious traditions.
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