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Stoneware Thumb Cups

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Lori Haynie
Glass Cup Set, Sake Cup, Handmade Cups, Glass Tea Cups, Alcohol Bottles, The Spiral, Spiral Pattern, Pattern Texture, Wine Cups

Glass sake cup set of four - Spiral series, ceramic and glass cup, Japanese style, handmade glass cup, hand-thrown cup, spiral pattern

A design-led handmade cup made with two materials - ceramic and glass and it is absolutely stunning. This cup set is handmade with exquisite craftsmanship. Each cup is unique and full of character. The spiral pattern, texture and colour on the ceramic body of each cup are varied from each other. This set of four has each cup with a slightly different look. The combination makes a great collection. This cup set is perfect for enjoying sake wine, tea or spirits. As the product is handmade…

Gloopy Drips Trickle from Playful Ceramic Vessels by Philip Kupferschmidt — Colossal Coil Pottery, Beginner Pottery, Ceramic Vessels, Affordable Aesthetic, Ceramic Artwork, Handmade Ceramics Vase, Modern Pottery, Pottery Crafts, Diy Pottery

Gloopy Drips Trickle from Playful Ceramic Vessels by Philip Kupferschmidt — Colossal

Wide, playful grins and freckled snouts peek through the drippy exteriors of Philip Kupferschmidt’s ceramic vessels. The Orange County based-artist is known for his slouching vases and mugs effuse with beads of clay, which appear suspended in a liquid state as they ooze and trickle down the walls of each vessel. After throwing on the wheel, Kupferschmidt pushes, bends, and pulls the pieces into their final amorphous forms, sometimes letting the material dry slightly first for easier…

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