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Ian Vance Ceramics 2h
Here we are ⁦⁩ with ⁦⁩ for the Bank Holiday weekend. Do come and see us all!
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Abbie Sunter 21h
Which is your favourite? The Orange is getting strong votes so far.
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Craft Directory 23m
Work in and ? Get your site reviewed over @
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My Fun Kitchen May 24
Stainless Steel French Fries Potato Cutter
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Bert & Buoy 4h
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MiltonHS 3D Art 20h
And we’re out for the Summer! See you in August!
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TAHabstraction 2h
The statratum of life. Cermics
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Art on Palm 16h
We can’t help but feel a little bit “fired up” about the artists we have exhibiting their work this spring. From elegant to whimsical, decorative to practical – you will find gorgeous ceramics at Art on Palm @ Loma Alta Park!
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Claire de Lune Ceramics 36m
Morning! I've been a bit quiet online lately as I had to take some time out, but I'm BACK! 🌼 The coffee's on, the sun is shining, and I'm off to the studio to get messy. What are you doing this weekend? Xxx
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Rotterdam Art Writing May 24
This weekend: 'UN STABLE' duo exhibition exploring strange encounters and fragile foundations, video and unfired ceramics by Daan Muller and Jard van Everdink @ Kromme Elleboog gallery, 3012 Rotterdam. (Gallery open: 12-5pm)
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FallowDeerCeramics 3h
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deborah m  ◢╣ ◣⎝ ⑊⏢⊪⍫ 5h
Doing another Raku firing today! I'm becoming quite the expert (: All these little bisque-fired beauties will be glazed & fired today, I'm excited 🔥Step by step overview here:
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josstification May 23
Replying to @josstified
New glaze - Hopefully Textured. I think I wrote down the recipe. 🤔 #
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James Green_archaeology redux 12h
Interesting small Weeden Island Incised pot from the Swift Creek-early Weeden Island (ca. AD 150-750) larger mound at Hare Hammock, Bay Co., FL (Moore 1902, Fig. 135). The adornos on the left & right are duck heads in relief. The design is almost identical on back.
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Miyu Kurihara May 23
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Jo Hannah 1h
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James Green_archaeology redux 16h
Corrugated Ware jar from a cliff dwelling in the Mesa Verde with a curlicue applique embellishment on the collar (Morris 1919, Plate 39b).
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josstification May 23
Replying to @josstified
The ones with crenellations are for toothbrushes. Maybe?
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Julia Wong 18h
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QuirkyBrixton 3h
More unique & innovative design by @armadillocreations to buy at our at 45 Acre Lane, Brixton
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