These photos represent designs that I create on a regular basis. Visit the Where To Buy page for information on how to purchase my work.
X-large serving bowl with hakeme slip work and carved koi fish design. 14 inches across and 4 inches tall.
Large, deep, serving bowl with hakeme slip work and carved goldfish design. 9 inches across and 5 inches tall.
Large serving bowl with hakeme slip work and carved heron design. 12 inches across and 3 inches deep.
X-large serving platter with hakeme slip work and carved two fishes design. 14 inches square and 2 inches tall.
Lidded box, with hakeme slip work, and carved/painted cherry blossom design. Sizes and shapes vary, roughly 6.5 inches wide and 5 inches tall.
Large rectangular trays, with hakeme slip work, and carved/painted koi fish designs. 6.5 x 13 inches.
Medium rectangular trays, with hakeme slip work, and carved/painted illustrations of cherry blossoms or ginkgo leaves. 4.5 x 10 inches.
Set of three nesting bowls. Hand cut wavy rims form a flower when nested together. Largest bowl is 10.5 inches across.
Bowls with chopsticks. Hand cut wavy rims will hold a pair of chopsticks. 6 inches across and 4 inches tall.
Breakfast bowls, designed for cereal or oatmeal. Rim is altered into a simple spout, which can pour things like salad dressing. Holds about 2 cups of liquid, 3.25 inches tall.
Dinner bowls, for rice dishes, salads, pasta, etc. 9 inches across.
Striped serving bowl/baking dish. Wide flat bottom is designed to be stable on an oven rack. Sizes vary from 9 to 9.5 inches across.
Oval serving bowl, rim is hand cut into a simple oval. Sizes vary from 10 to 11 inches across.
Blossom serving bowl, rim is hand cut into five petals. Sizes vary from 8 to 9 inches across.
Talking bowl, with four altered corners that resemble little "mouths," as if the bowl is talking. Sizes vary from 8 to 9 inches across.
Sashiko platters, featuring patterns inspired by traditional Japanese sashiko embroidery. 12 inches across.
Oval platter with bamboo design, 10.5 x 16 inches.
Oval platter with ginkgo design, 10.5 x 16 inches.
Maryland platters, featuring either a blue crab or the state silhouette. 8.5 x 12 inches.
Berry bowl with saucer, approximately 6 inches across and 4.5 inches tall.
Enormous coffee mugs, about 4 inches tall, hold between 20 and 24 ounces. Three general shapes: bowl-shaped, straight-sided, and curvy.
Normal-sized mugs, inspired by one of my favorite book characters, Jack Reacher. About 4.5 inches tall, holds 10 to 12 ounces.
Whiskey sippers, or tea cups. Sizes, shapes, and surface textures vary. Between 2.25 and 3.5 inches tall.
Ceramic tea steeper with stainless steel handle. Fits into any of the cups I make. 5 inches tall including handle.
Teapots with stainless steel handles. Small pots meant for one or two people. Each one holds between 16 to 20 ounces.
Round dinnerware. Dinner plate is 9.75 inches across, salad plate is 7.75 inches across.
Square dinnerware. Dinner plate is 9.5 inches across, salad plate is 7.25 inches across.
Kimchi dishes, small hexagonal dishes are 5.5 inches across.
White vases. Sizes, shapes, and surface textures vary.
Textured jars with wire handles. Nichrome wire handles are fired into the pot. Approximately 5 inches tall including handle.
Little jars. Shapes and sizes vary, between 4.5 and 5.5 inches tall.
Airtight storage jars, with a lid designed to hold a silicone gasket. Between 3.75 and 4.5 inches tall.
Elephant jars, with a hand-sculpted elephant as the lid's handle. Wide range of sizes and shapes.