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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

And then there are miniatures (and cat)

The little pitcher led me to make a little sugar to go with it...

 And how about a little container for toothpicks, or packets of non-sugar sweeteners?

And maybe also some little tea bowls for drinking also?

Panther is photo-bombing the tiny pitcher...I must have left some scent of food on my fingers...thus to the pots










These were all thrown off the hump, one big hump of clay.  Sorry, I forgot to take pics as they were made...it's tough when your hands are covered with clay and all wet to click a shot.

This group was glazed with Nutmeg.  They aren't quite as small as real miniatures, but they are still less than 4 inches each.

Quote for today:

Gratefulness is that fullness of life for which we are all thirsting.
Br. David Steindl-Rast



3 comments:

  1. Lovely pieces. Your kitty looks a lot like mine with the same calico coloring!

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  2. Beautiful works!

    The kitty is a cutie.

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  3. This blog post was featured in Pottery Making Information at http://www.potterymakinginfo.com/news/clay-blog-review-january-2018/ Thanks for the honor!

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