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LEAH JACKSON CERAMICS : Leah Jackson Ceramics. Housewares. Paloma Wool. Saint Heron. BARI ZIPERSTEIN. J H. O B J E C T // & // T O T E M. B.FIESS / works / ceramic compositions. B.fiess / works.

B.FIESS / works / ceramic compositions

B.FIESS. VESSELS - Jennie Jieun Lee. Amanda Karsberg. Experimental Vases. KATY KRANTZ. Workaday Handmade. Bottle Spice Grinder Set. Ceramic Steamer. Ceramic and Copper French Press. Donabe Japanese Pot. ModernistMoon. Pâte céramique : faïence, terre cuite, grès, porcelaine, néo-céramique : Les pâtes céramiques et le façonnage de l’argile.

On peut classer les produits céramiques selon les caractéristiques du produit fini, en distinguant en particulier les tessons poreux ( terre cuite, faïence ) et les tessons non poreux ( grès, porcelaine, vitreous ).

Pâte céramique : faïence, terre cuite, grès, porcelaine, néo-céramique : Les pâtes céramiques et le façonnage de l’argile

Le classement se fait également selon la nature des matières premières utilisées, matières argileuses et matières non argileuses. Terre cuite On utilise des argiles naturelles, brutes ou légèrement modifiées ( dépierrage, ajout de chamotte ), naturellement colorées par des composés du fer. Le façonnage se fait généralement par extrusion, pressage ou calibrage. La cuisson se fait à basse température ( 900 à 1000°c ), et l’on obtient une assez bonne résistance mécanique tout en évitant des déformations et des retraits de cuisson importants. La faïence Le grès On utilise des argiles colorées ou non et des pâtes plus élaborées ( kaolins, feldspaths, chamotte, silice ). La porcelaine Vitreous Réfractaires Il s’agit de matériaux qui supportent de très hautes températures. Collaborators + friends - Front + Main. How to create your own terrarium with Michael and Darroch Putnam!

Collaborators + friends - Front + Main

A peek at the studio of designer and maker Shay Spaniola of bunglo! San Francisco-based maker Molly M shares how to get your products in the stores you love! A behind-the-scenes look at our collaboration with textile designer Margo Selby Meet the duo behind west elm’s biggest collaboration to date! Remembering Williams-Sonoma founder Chuck Williams.

A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Apotheke’s candles! A peek behind the curtain at Alma Chocolates! A look at the history behind one of America’s oldest woolen mills. A peek inside the Brooklyn studio of ceramicist Re Jin Lee. We teamed up with And North for a cocktail party in Upstate New York. How To Stock Your Stuff in Great Stores - Front + Main. In 2009, Molly McGrath put her architecture career on hold and started selling her own laser-cut jewelry.

How To Stock Your Stuff in Great Stores - Front + Main

It was a decision that paid off—now Molly has lines of housewares, art, jewelry and stationary that she sells through 200+ shops in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. She’s one of the most popular and widely represented makers in west elm’s LOCAL program, so we asked her how she built such an amazing network of shopkeepers. Here are her tips for finding great stores to represent you. 1. Know yourself and know your stores. Make sure there’s a synchronicity between your work and the store. I subscribe to the philosophy of Wiener Werkstätte—an alliance of artists, architects and designers who worked together in early 20th century Vienna. 2. I’ve met so many makers over the years at craft fairs, retail and wholesale shows, and online. It also helps to attend trade shows. 3. Ceramic housewares, jewelry, and art objects created by April Brimer – The Pursuits of Happiness. — Tactile Matter. Menu Abstract shapes bowl Studded coral bowl.

— Tactile Matter

Otherwild. Reform School Home Ec. Tournage d'un pot de 50 kg sans peine, par thierry fouquet. Pour votre cuisine haut de gamme, choisissez Planceram. Doug Johnston — Home. L'atelier des garçons - Turningearth. Turningearth. What Turning Earth doesWe exclude known toxic substances from use in the studio, including barium and lead We provide pre-mixed glazes so that members do not need to mix their own materials.


We conduct all glaze mixing in a vented space away from the main work area We provide gloves for use when glazing. The vast majority of our glazes are food safe. Non food-safe materials are clearly labelled. We give a clear health and safety induction to anyone using our spray booth. All of the kilns that are located in working areas of the studio are externally vented using Vent-Sure Downdraft vent systems, which prevents substances entering the air during firing. Provide a designated area for food (on the mezzanine). Past Imperfect, The Art of Inventive Repair. Chinese porcelain plate with staples, c.1710 February 28th, 2016 This early 1700s hexagonal porcelain plate was made in China during the Kangxi Period (1662-1722).

Past Imperfect, The Art of Inventive Repair

It has an unglazed hexagonal rim and foot rim, with a cobalt blue underglaze garden design and floral border. It measures 9 inches in diameter. After the plate took a tumble, it was put back together using three large metal staples, aka rivets, as well as an unusual pewter plug. Whieldon-type creamware teapot, c.1780 February 20th, 2016. Kira Ni Ceramics - Sold Out. Shop — Jono Smart. Tea mug in matte grey sold out Display bowl in black.

Shop — Jono Smart

Carreau à décor d'engobe. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Carreau à décor d'engobe

Les carreaux estampés seront fabriqués au Moyen Âge jusqu'au XVIe siècle. Veille internationale septembre 2012 1. FIELD & SEA / Collection of Loveliness.