Pottery from Hills of Clay is currently for sale at The Waxwing in Milwaukee, WI; Tralee Irish Imports & More, Wauwatosa, WI; Boerner Botanical Gardens, Hales Corners, WI; The Wool & Cotton Co, Greendale, WI; Serendipitous Designs, South Milwaukee, WI; Hummingbirch, Bayview, WI and online with Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/HillsofClay.
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Thursday, April 9, 2015
combinations for Celtic pottery.
The jug is a shape I haven't thrown
in a while, and I really like the
way it came out.
The glaze is Mayco Elements
Sea Green, which fires to a lovely
soft green with brown streaks.
The decorations are hand painted
with black "ink" before the glaze firing.
All of the pieces are functional,
food safe and lead free.
Posted by Hills of Clay Pottery at 5:13 AM
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
So it turns out people really like yarn bowls. Sure, they're useful - they keep the ball or cake of yarn from bouncing all over the floor and being attacked by the cat while you knit or crochet. And they're decorative too.
We started making them early in 2014 (thanks, Katie) and have had a great response both at Irish Fest and on Etsy. (Most of ours have an extra feature of a convenient scissors holder.) And now they're available locally in the Milwaukee area at The Wool & Cotton Co., a warm and colorful shop in downtown Greendale, Wisconsin (thanks again, Katie). This photo represents our initial inventory at the shop. Custom colors and sizes are available on request. (Note: The smaller bowls are multitaskers - when you're not in the middle of a project they make make a nice big cappuccino cup or soup bowl.)
Posted by Hills of Clay Pottery at 4:23 AM
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
This functional set was made as a housewarming gift - garlic jar, utensil crock and sponge holder. The pieces are wheel thrown with Laguna white clay and glazed with a combination of Mayco glazes, using a black "ink" for the fine detail. The gear imprints are made with our handmade clay stamps. I envision making similar pieces in a variety of colors including midnight blue, violet and caramel.
Posted by Hills of Clay Pottery at 6:08 AM