Sunday, October 16, 2016

These pots rock

 Just in case you are living under a rock and not going to see our page on face book I will put up some of the teapots from the last firing in Ms. B
I love the warmth of the brown with Mark's quick design running around the pot.
Then there is the new blue ash glaze that can be very blue, but looks good with a bit of that same warm brown to calm the waters a bit.
And, Mark's designs just fit the spaces so well.
 The weather this past week has been calling for some walks at the zoo. Today we walked at the zoo and followed that up by walking downtown in Asheboro just to be there in the calm of the early morning while all the stores were shut up tight.
Then a ride out on the back roads to look at the trees as they start giving the green up to bits of color here and there.
I love fall and remind myself at how quick it can come and go.
Look everyday.

Here is a nice bit of detail on the tea pot lid, just a few drops of glass to make it even better.
 And, here is the glass of the pond.
We have had great weather with little wind to speak of, it makes the pond reflections show up even better.
With a full moon out there it is time for me to take a look to see if it is at the tree tops yet.



Laurie said...

I love the glass detail. Thanks for reminding me about the moon... heading out to look now!

cookingwithgas said...

It's fabulous!

Dennis Allen said...

Excellent teapots.

cookingwithgas said...

thank you Dennis- I think so as well.

Anna M. Branner said...

One of these days...I will try teapots. Yours are always beautiful and I love that blue!

cookingwithgas said...

You should, I bet they would be great!

Michèle Hastings said...

Beautiful teapots. The blue and brown is my fave.

cookingwithgas said...

Thanks mh, I like them both, so hard to pick just one.

Gail said...

Love th3 blue teapot! how large is it? cost? If it fits my needs and budget, I want it.