Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Yes, we do stil make pots

Oh, yes, there are some pots being made in the studio.

This is a wee mug that some of my good customers have been asking for.
I always thought they were for those folks that just wanted a small cup of coffee.
I was informed and enlighten to the fact that they are the perfect mug for your after work, before dinner cocktail.
They are not too big, have a steady flat bottom and a handle if you need to hang on, and help keep your drink cold.
Hey, I'm in!

The wee coffeee cup is not just for coffee anymore.

More honey pots?
Well, yes.

I know that there are more folks interested in the goodness of local honey and they need a honey pot.
And, if not, it can also be filled with jam or sugar.
Like the coffee/cocktail mug, whatever you want to fill it with is up to you.
I am just the maker.

Mark, on the other hand is making beer/cider/hot chocolate/water/tea/cocktail mugs and pitchers/these also look fabulous holding a bunch of flowers .

You girls need some handles.
I know, I just feel so incomplete without them......
It's like going to a party without getting your hair done.

Today's pond picture should be called glass.
Look at how smooth this looks.
What a joy.
Back to those pots.


Kellie Jensen said...

The wee mugs are also good for juice on warm summer mornings when you just want a little something cold to drink.

Kathy Catlin said...

That pond brings many good views, for sure! Gorgeous~

Michèle Hastings said...

love those pitchers!

Dennis Allen said...

I spent all day Saturday telling people that whatever they want to use pots for in the privacy of their own home is fine with me, I won't judge anyone.

Shannon said...

it's true--once it's bought, it's all with the beholder. We're just the conduits of creation.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

it is all pretty but golly, here is something about a nicely shaped round pitcher, MMMM!

cookingwithgas said...

yes, love those pitchers... nice fat bellies.
I am not going to come to your home to see how you use our work.
we are just happy that you do.

Lori Buff said...

Isn't it fun when people return and tell you how they are using your pots?

Linda Starr said...

wish I was floating on that pond. watch the mail for a package.

cookingwithgas said...

Lori- it is nice when they return for any reason...:)!
Linda, it is the best water for floating the pond.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

I love my whynot honey pot AND I use it for honey! Cocktails in a neat pottery mug seems like a great idea too.

smalltownme said...

How about wine goblets?