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La Piccola Bottega dell'Alchimista

La Piccola Bottega dell'Alchimista

I like the idea of reflecting light from my dark, non working fireplace with a mirror.  From StyleStudio.

Our Favorite Fillers for a Cool Summer Fireplace

Beautiful, organic ceramic pieces by Nuala O’Donovan, an artist based in Cork, Ireland.

Love these organic shapes. "Stunningly beautiful ceramic sculpture of natural forms by Irish artist Nuala O'Donovan"

Minji Jung, "White Geometry", geometric modern ceramic jewelry, "The motivation of my work is to begin from making small things for life. From the origami come the inspiration for this necklace and earrings, made of porcelain and silver in collaboration with Marta Ortí_ jewelry designer. Year: 2013 Material: Porcelain & silver. $295

Porcelain Necklace with bold origami design - geometric jewellery; modern ceramic jewelry // Minji Jung ----- applications with oragami, paper covered in something jewelry design

This Listing is for our brand new Appaloosa Glaze! This glaze is a lovely gradient of dark and light grey color on a cream mug. Its the perfect mug for getting cozy with on a chilly day, and its name comes from the gorgeous coloring of Appaloosa Horses. The size of these mugs ranges slightly, but generally holds 12oz. All of my work is food safe, and can be microwaved.   Paper & Clay is a small shop making small batches of handmade ceramics. My quantities are limited as I make each piece...

NEW The Danish Mug in Appaloosa por paperandclaystudio en Etsy

I'm going to try this technique for making flat tiles "the easy way." My last tiles were pretty warped! Anybody got any drywall scraps I can have?

Excellent Idea for How to create a flat tile. Guides prevent children from rolling off the edge of clay and making it too thin

Wee Folk Castle by *ForestDwellerHouses on deviantART

"Wee Folk Castle" - carved wood by ForestDwellerHouses (John), via deviantART;

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// Search Results /// ceramic tea

Israeli artist Rachel Boxnboim starts by sewing fabric cups etc then uses ceramic During the kiln-firing process, the fabric burns away, leaving a thin cloth-like layer of clay, imprinted with the texture of the original mold.