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NC town home to one of largest pottery communities in US - The Rocky Mount ... 07/20/15, via Rocky Mount Telegram

There's everything from earth-toned dinnerware to vibrantly colored vases, folk art coffee cups to elegant urns, garden ornaments, lamps, teapots and more. "Seagrove is a treasure hunt through the community," said Phil Morgan, who started his eponymous 

Mural and more at McHenry Mansion gift shop | The Modesto Bee 07/20/15, via Modesto Bee

But the center also houses a gift shop that offers curios and other items for sale – dolls, cards, jewelry, handbags, garden pieces, tea pots and accessories, a small area of children's items, and sometimes hard-to-find Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls – as

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Handbuilt Tableware

Handbuilt Tableware

Published by Lark Books (NC) 2015

ISBN 1579902049,9781579902049
144 pages

Handbuild stylish tableware that’s just like the pieces you covet in pricey galleries. With guidance by a best-selling author who’s a real pro at ceramics, it’s simple and doesn’t require throwing. “The emphasis is on creativity and distinctiveness. This book is full of ideas.” —Library Journal “Information-packed. It is extremely practical and clear in its presentation. The technical guidance is easy to follow [and] a gallery section is beautifully produced. An encouraging and motivating book.”—Ceramic Review

Thoughts on China and Crystal

Here's one water glass that has a big crack in it. See. I'll toss it in the trash today sometime. It's hard to toss a crystal glass into the garbage can, especially when it cracked from being moved around for 26 years. not from being used and enjoyed. I don't have room for the boxes anymore. I'm tired of lugging them around. I want to sell them. Anybody want to buy some lovely stemware. Before you rail against me regarding my fear of using my fine crystal that cost $16 per stem, allow me to tell you the story of my everyday china. Adam wanted plain dishes for everyday. He didn't like discovering painted plants or birds beneath his dinner toward the end of the meal. I started with a full complement of twelve salads, twelve dinner plates (and many other items). The salad plates were a nice size for lunch servings when the children were young. What that means is that Peter ate many lunches on these plates, and eventually I was down to only FIVE salad plates. If we break the rest of them, they'll have been used for their purpose -- everyday I use both my bone china and my crystal. they were meant to be used. My crystal "goes with" ( Does anyone really use that term anymore. ) my other dishes except for the Fiesta Ware. Crystal goblets make wonderful ice cream dishes. My table is always set with my sterling silver, too. I set a casual table for dinner and love to mix and match. No plans to get rid of what I use and love. I'm glad to hear you are moving at last. I didn't like to jinx it by asking for an update. There was a lovely bone china set of plates and tea cups taking up a big part of a shelf. I really needed the space, so I moved the china into a cupboard that we don't use much. I couldn't get rid of ti as it was a gift from work DECADES ago. We have only used it once since than. My daughter would never want it, even if she was eating off the floor. I try to use what I have. I kept some of Mum's oldest saucers, little plates when she downsized last year and i use them as often as I can. I even put very old things in the dishwasher now because deep down if they get broken through use, I feel that they have made their decision. I have my Wedgewood wedding set that comes out at Christmas and Easter, and it is now out of "print" so i suppose I am a bit precious with it, though the boys still eat thereon. It is nice, though, to move into a new space with things that you only know will be used. When we moved last year, my criteria was- will I use this or will it sit in a box for the boys to agonise over in another twenty years. I'd say use the theory when you hold it in your hands, if it makes you happy inside your heart, keep it. No guilt. My weakness is dishes and so understand your dilemma. And as for using the good stuff everyday. my mom never would. And she has a box of silver flatware that never gets used, only on special occasions and with her life now, there will be no more special occasions. I say use the stuff. And your soup bowls are lovely. Really lovely. I think we deserve to enjoy our things, and saving them is so foolish. My girls use my old china gifted to me by relatives to have their tea in the morning. I draw the line at them using my big Brown Betty, but everything else is fine to use. And when things break, which they do all the time, they know I'll not fuss. And it is only stuff. There never is a perfect time. Now is that time, I'm thinking.

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Erich Emmenegger Jester Teapot 11 In.

Home & Outdoor

Erich Emmenegger has a unique and vibrant style that draws from colors, feel, and attitude of Creole New Orleans. This Jester teapot combines Erichs creative element with an elegant design and functionality. Drawing from the jester theme commonly associated with New Orleans this is a great conversation starter for whenever you are tending to guests. This beautiful piece of functional artwork is made of all ceramic and is hand glazed to ensure quality and uniqueness. This piece measures 8 inches long, 3 inches wide, and 12 inches tall with its lid on. For residents of California - California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm. This notice is being provided in accordance with California's Proposition 65. Read more about Prop 65 on the State of California Prop 65 website.


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Clutter in its new form: 'digital debris' is spilling over into the physical - 07/21/15, via Science Daily

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Four investigations launched into complaints about carnival ride at Sandy Mountain Festival - 07/21/15, via OregonLive

SANDY – Some people think it was a breach of safety that put people in danger. Others think it was little more than a tempest in a teapot. Regardless, reports of failing safety restraints on a carnival ride at the Sandy Mountain Festival have triggered ...

"Crafting a Continuum" is a Glorious Shopper's Hell - 07/21/15, via Houston Press

Something more for me to look into. Anyway ... The Wood piece is a Mad Hatter-esque glazed stoneware teapot, from the spout of which one might expect a tea brewed from Alice’s mushroom to pour — or maybe some other mushroom, but certainly stone ...


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Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot, 1976_791
Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot, 1976_791
Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot. For more information please go to blackcountryhistory.org/collections/getrecord/WASMG_WASMG...
Photo by Black Country Museums on Flickr
Big Yellow Teapot
Big Yellow Teapot
Photo of Bluebird Big Yellow Teapot, taken from TV Cream Toys www.tvcreamtoys.co.uk - more photos, plus write ups, at the web site.
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Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot, 1976_791
Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot, 1976_791
For more information on this item please follow the link, blackcountryhistory.org/collections/getrecord/WASMG_WASMG...
Photo by Black Country Museums on Flickr
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