Category Archives: pottery

Mnemonics

I’ve noticed that many of my labels (the little words at the bottom of each post – I know you knew, but still…) have only been used once. This seems a very uneconomical practice, so I thought I’d try to … Continue reading

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Cat with mug

The other post may have shown the mug in all its beauty, but the cat lost out. Now it’s looking at you. Kid.

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Mug with cat

Vanessa Gebbie has recently posted some very attractive photos of her new mug. Never knowingly outdone, I photographed one of my own favourite mugs, sadly handleless and relegated to the humbler role of pen-holder. Beside it is a small wooden … Continue reading

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Pots

I’ve got three small ceramic pots by Christiane Perrochon that are among the loveliest things I’ve ever owned. They’re no more than four or five inches high. In the photograph, they’re standing on my study floor and I’ve only just … Continue reading

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