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Custom horsehair pottery made from your pets hair. It's a great way to celebrate and honor a current or past equine, or canine partner.If you don't have a pet I can use the hair from one of mine so you can have a one of a kind unique deco piece. Horsehair Pottery & horse hair jewelry is a great way to celebrate and honor a current or past equine partner. Keep the distinct personality of your...
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Dancing Fire Pottery specializes in making custom hand-thrown clay vessels and other items to always remember your pets! Horsehair pottery is made from a white clay that has been bisque fired to a lower than usual temperature. This leaves the fired clay body quite porous, enabling it to absorb the carbon from burning horsehair. Later, the bisque is warmed up in the kiln to about 1000 degrees...
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Welcome to my web page, home of my hand-built pottery creations. All of my pieces are original and handmade; each piece is unique. I create Raku and horsehair decorative pottery, along with low and high fire stoneware functional pieces. While you are here, you can see and read about my style of...
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I throw the pots on the wheel, let them get leather hard and trim them. When they are bone dry, I put a very fine clay slip (up to 5 coats) on the pot and burnish it to a soft sheen. I then fire them to about 1600 degrees. When you select a pot, I re-heat it to about 900 degrees and pull it out...
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I love creating things that are unique and pride myself on the fact that each design is made by hand and with love. My pottery allows me to feel as if I am creating something of value, and although difficult to let go once completed, I know they travel to wonderful homes. New things are being...
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Horse hair pottery is made by using hair from the mane and the tail of horses. It is fired using a very special technique and is very hazardous and time consuming. After the pot is fired, it is hand polished to give its beautiful finish. Every piece is a unique and original piece of artwork.Â. The fine lines are created from the mane of the horse and the thicker lines are from the horses tail.
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Our studio, in Bend, Oregon, offers various types of pottery: raku, horse hair, wheel thrown stoneware and pit fired. Come check out our online store today! The Raku pottery of Robert Graydon is taken red hot from the kiln using tongs or gloves. He places them in a garbage can, or barrel, into a nest of straw, leaves, and pine needles. He then smothers the fire out by placing a lid on the...
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Explore the pottery and studio life of Sandy Schulz through the Earth & Wheel website. Sandy's pieces are a blend of her interests in different styles of pottery. Visit these pages and see a wide range of work from the decorative Japanese Raku, native American inspired horse hair and pit fired pots to ceremonial burning bowls. Sandy’s Southwest pit firing techniques are well known by other...
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Welcome to From Earth to Art Horse and Canine Hair Pottery - Preserve memories of your equine companion or family pet with personalized horse and dog hair pottery. My personalized pieces are created with the intention of honoring your beloved equine or canine friend, or as a memorial keepsake for companions that have passed on. These pieces are created using hair that you provide. Thank you for...
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Welcome to the Pitfifre Pottery website for Rob Drexel (aka Moksha). Moksha produced and sold his ancient fired decorative pottery for over 20 years in the US and in Europe. Currently he is giving creative clay workshops in the beautiful Orada Retreat Center in Southwest Portugal. Please watch and like Earth Angel Education on Facebook for details on upcoming workshops and events. Thanks!...
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John Fulwood is a respected pottery artist from New Jersey specializing in stoneware & dinnerware. Click here to view his work & sign up for classes! Custom horsehair pottery made from your pet's hair. It's a great way to celebrate and honor a current or past equine or canine partner. Visit our gallery and store to find functional and decorative pottery created by local artisans, as well as our...
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It is our utmost goal, here at Loveless Pottery, to craft the finest pottery in the Pacific Northwest. All of our pots are handmade and guaranteed to delight. As we like to say, "A house can only be a home, if it has our pottery in it!". Loveless Pottery has many family fun events that we sell our work at. In 2016 we be will attending the Puyallup and Tacoma Broadway Markets every Thursday and...
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What is horsehair? Horsehair is a type of raku firing in which a piece is rapidly fired and cooled to between 1,000 and 1,050 degrees at which time the piece is pulled from the kiln and strands of horsehair are applied. As the hair burns, it leaves distinctive lines and smokes the piece. The piece is then cleaned, waxed, and polished. Each piece is unique in that it is impossible to make two...
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Horsehair Jewelry by IM Silver features hair from your special horse, to create beautiful keepsakes. All horsehair jewelry is braided by Ivy McNulty. IM Silver's horsehair jewelry is adorned with silver, hand engraved by Ivy McNulty. Horsehair Jewelry, Custom Horsehair Jewelry, Horse Hair Jewelry, Horse Hair, Silversmithing, IM Silver, Braided, Hitched, Ivy McNulty, Hand Engraved metal,...
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Pottery by Candace Young, at the Bay River Pottery, in Eastern NC. The site includes, Shadow Lamps, Horsehair,Urchin design, Patio Lanterns,Techniques, Flower Arrangers, and Ash glaze pottery. Spring brings bags of wood ash from friends and the ash glazes call me to play. These glazes are alive and bursting with movement. They don't just color a pot, they dance over the surface. This is the...
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Jewelry made with the hair of your horse or ours. Quality jewelry for every budget. We want everyone to be able to have a lasting memento of their cherished equine friend. We are happy to be able to offer affordable horsehair jewelry and believe the quality of our jewelry is superior because we not only glue the hair into the ends but also crimp them in place, therefore making a much more...
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Ron and Shoni Maulding are an award-winning team who have taken hitching to new levels. We collaborate on all our projects, though not always working on each project together. Shoni hitches horsehair. Ron produces the leatherwork and metal work, usually sterling silver, for the hitched inlays in bolos, buckles, necklaces. He also creates the metal and semi-precious stone work for the bridles...
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If you are looking for a unique gift for someone that is hard to shop for or looking for some beautiful home décor please check out what we have currently available in our Artfire store. If you would like to have some thing custom made you can see some of the things we create in our raku gallery or horse hair gallery. Madstone Productions specializes in creating unique, ceramic home decor....
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Personalized halters - Choose from our Largest selection of monogrammed halters, stall signs or custom horsehair jewelry. Great gifts for horse lovers. For you to give a gift that is sure to please the horse lover in your life! If there's something special you need and don't see it here, please contact me. I'll be happy to try and help you find something 'Uniquely Equine'! Whether for yourself...
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Joel Magen and Dark Horse Pottery creates American wood-fired pottery in Davenport, California. Joel Magen featured in Edible Monterey Magazine June 2015! Joel Magen in the Santa Cruz Sentinel Featured in Ward Coffey Shapes Blog. Joel Magen's Dark Horse Pottery: Davenport, California. Website design by Bob von Elgg : Bigfish Smallpond.
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