Ahjoshi Hanbok. This jar is an abstract representation of a traditional Korean gentleman's garment. 11 inches tall. $160
Vase with Wire Handle. Textured to resemble a woven basket. Stainless steel handle doesn't mind getting wet. 14 inches tall. $85
Paperclip Jars. I have a deep and growing love of small lidded jars. Ideas for new forms keep popping up in my head. These are the latest. 4.5 inches across. $38 each.
Small Spouted Bowls. For serving sauces and condiments, and small mixing jobs. These are an updated version of the Condiment Triad, now these can be purchased individually. 3 inches tall. $24 each.
Kimchi Dishes. Really there are tons of uses for these. They are named after the small dishes that cover your table in a Korean restaurant, filled with various kimchis and tasty little salads. 5.5 inches across. $18 each.
Leaf and Pebble Necklace. These are not a new design, I haven't made beads or jewelry in a few years. At most of the shows I attend these days, they forbid you to sell jewelry unless you have been juried into the jewelry category. So these have been around. They will be clearance-priced this weekend at $15 each.
I sprung for a new banner this year!
In addition to the pots pictured here, there will be plenty of mugs, bowls, plates, platters, vases, jars, and as always, elephants. There will be a bargain table with seconds and discontinued items. Expect some homemade snacks too.
Good Elephant Pottery's 8th Annual Open Studio
Saturday and Sunday, December 13-14
10am - 5pm both days