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tea pot clayart room mystery

updated fri 25 mar 05

 

primalmommy on wed 23 mar 05


I am concerned about what happened to Connie Christiansen's little gem
of a shino mini-teapot. I saw her note asking if anyone had seen it
after the clayart room had closed down, and I have worried about it ever
since.

I somehow managed to come home with two of my own lids minus their baby
teapots.. I assume they got lost in the packing, wadded in kleenex or
something. There were a few that went home with friends -- including one
that had a handle woven from horse tail and chives -- but I have a few
more photos on my website of the ones that went to Baltimore.
http://www.primalmommy.com/moreteapots.html

I am still curious who got my clayart mug in the exchange.. a little
lidded jar with faces on it.. ??

Yours
Kelly Savino in Ohio
with the shop light propped on bricks, ready to plant tomatoes, eggplant
and basil in the morning.






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Laurie on thu 24 mar 05


On Mar 23, 2005, at 9:28 PM, primalmommy wrote:
> ends -- including one
> that had a handle woven from horse tail and chives -- but I have a few
> more photos on my website of the ones that went to Baltimore.
> http://www.primalmommy.com/moreteapots.html

Kelly,

If you make those teapots any smaller they are going to completely
disappear!
Are you throwing them with knitting needles?

I LOVE them!

Alas! Mine are still persistently golf ball-sized. Well, maybe a tad
larger than a golf ball.
But I have made some tiny mugs to go with them - with teensie weensie
pulled handles.

Laurie (hoping I can go to Mel's NorCal workshop in May to show him my
little teapots in person!)
Sacramento, CA
http://rockyraku.com
Potters Council, charter member
Sacramento Potters Group, member