Sculptural bowl with carved feet (four) and sculptural carving up the sides. Reddish brown stain on outside and rust red glaze on the inside
Blooming
Blooming

Blooming ©

An artistic impression of buds and leaves makes this rustic yet contemporary bowl a piece that stands alone, or is passed at a table with family and friends.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

Because each vessel is an original and is impossible to duplicated, we take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.

Each piece is either wrapped with expandable foam or is carefully placed among air bags and peanuts – whichever is most appropriate for the size and structure.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

 

$195.00 Add to cart
Bowl for table ware serving
Food for Thought
Food for Thought

Food for Thought ©

A bowl to present the fruits of our labors with those we cherish.
Serving food in pieces hand made – is like none other.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

Because each vessel is an original and is impossible to duplicated, we take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.

Each piece is either wrapped with expandable foam or is carefully placed among air bags and peanuts – whichever is most appropriate for the size and structure.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

 

$158.00 Add to cart
Love felt in Bronze Keepsake
Love Lives
Love Lives

Love Lives © The Legacy Collection II 2013 ©

Love. It is where we choose to find it.

Included in this vessel is a small cotton pouch, with a small resealable plastic liner inside to place precious items in if they are needing containment.

Custom Order – Allow 3-4 weeks for shipping and delivery.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• Multiples can be ordered. Stock varies, so please provide desired quantity and we will verify how many we have on hand.

• About the process:

Each bronze is initially created as a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown or hand carved clay creation. Once shaped, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
After it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is made into a mold that will be used in the lost wax method of bronze casting.
To learn more about the lost wax bronze casting method, here is the link.

This piece is an original because of the hand casting process, however it is able to be cast into multiple ‘copies’.
We take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.
The bronze is wrapped with organic cotton before being placed into a presentation box.
It is then packaged in a shipping box for delivery.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

 

$289.00 Add to cart
Bronze Vessel Grounded Tree
Of the Earth
Of the Earth

Of the Earth © The Legacy Collection II 2013 ©

The Tree. A symbol of family. Its roots deep in our history.

Included in this vessel is a small cotton pouch, with a small resealable plastic liner inside to place precious items in if they are needing containment.

Custom Order – Allow 3-4 weeks for shipping and delivery

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• Multiples can be ordered. Stock varies, so please provide desired quantity and we will verify how many we have on hand.

• About the process:

Each bronze is initially created as a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown or hand carved clay creation. Once shaped, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
After it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is made into a mold that will be used in the lost wax method of bronze casting.
To learn more about the lost wax bronze casting method, here is the link.

This piece is an original because of the hand casting process, however it is able to be cast into multiple ‘copies’.
We take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.
The bronze is wrapped with organic cotton before being placed into a presentation box.
It is then packaged in a shipping box for delivery.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

 

$289.00 Add to cart
A small hand carved vessel with three lily pads and a lily flower on the lid. On the sides, the 'roots' of the lily pads swirl down the sides to form the base or feet of the vessel.
Petite Lilies
Petite Lilies

Petite Lilies ©
Reflecting the beauty found on ponds and lakes surrounding the countryside.
Breathtaking in its simplicity.

Quite a few times a year, I travel up to the north country where lakes abound. At least once during each visit I meander through the lily pads and lotus flowers, quietly canoeing through the ripples, embracing what nature shares with us every day!
This dainty one of a kind keepsake has three lily pads and a lotus flower on the lid while the roots of the lily pads swirl around to make the base.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

Because each vessel is an original and is impossible to duplicated, we take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.

Each piece is either wrapped with expandable foam or is carefully placed among air bags and peanuts – whichever is most appropriate for the size and structure.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

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Gift giving sculptural bowl
Sharing
Sharing

Sharing ©

An artistic interpretation of the acanthus leaf This bowl is created to share the fruits of labor.Wheel thrown and hand carved band and base.
The texture and carving on this piece is truly one of a kind. Such detail. (I love carving!)

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

Because each vessel is an original and is impossible to duplicated, we take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.

Each piece is either wrapped with expandable foam or is carefully placed among air bags and peanuts – whichever is most appropriate for the size and structure.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

 

$268.00 Add to cart
Vase for fiber artist
Threads
Threads

Threads ©

Our deepest comforts are found in the pieces sewn with love.
Grandma Mary taught me to sew. This brings me back….

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

Because each vessel is an original and is impossible to duplicated, we package very carefully for shipment.
Each piece is either wrapped with expandable foam or is carefully placed among air bags and peanuts – whichever is most appropriate for the size and structure.
For your piece of mind, we insure every piece we ship.

 

$145.00 Add to cart