Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The exciting bit...


Thanks GZ your comment was a good post title.
Here are a few exciting bits from the kiln:
A great cookie jar- Mark

and yet- another great cookie jar- Mark

A whole bunch of fresh eggs on the runny side just like I like them!--Mark

serving bowl- Meredith
Christmas order-spoon rest- shh- don't tell these are getting shipped off...
More jars! Meredith

And now my feet need a break and maybe my feet need a beer- are you in?
Meredith




14 comments:

Judy Shreve said...

WOW - exciting bits is right! Wish I lived closer- would love to come to the Celebration of Seagrove Potters! Have a fabulous weekend full of great sales and good friends.

John Bauman said...

oh, that top one's a good'n innit? Beautiful.

Tracey Broome said...

That first pot is soooooo beautiful!
Seeeeee, it's all worth it now isn't it :)
Seagrove shoppers are in for a treat!

Michèle Hastings said...

love that ash glaze! and yep... it's beer time in Seagrove!

laura weant johnson said...

ahh, meredith--they are all keepers! or sellers, rather!

gz said...

lovely serving bowl! (ok, I'm biased..I'm doing Interesting Rims at the moment too!!)

Gary's third pottery blog said...

fuchin AWESOME you guys, wow!

Kings Creek Pottery said...

*wistful sigh* Just beautiful!! It will be a wonderful show :)

Hollis Engley said...

Lovely stuff, Meredith. Looks like you two have finally learned how to make pots ...

cookingwithgas said...

Hollis- I think some days we will get there and others- I need another life time.

Patricia Griffin said...

Have a break - and a beer - for me Meredith! I could use your energy 'bout now!... Your pots look gorgeous!

Laurie said...

Gorgeous pots! Love that first cookie jar especially!

smartcat said...

Beautiful pots, Meredith. There should be many happy visitors at the Celebration!

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

wow beautiful work I love your cookie jars such a nice shape and the decoration is lovely. Congratulations!