I spend intimate time crafting each individual piece. This item is hand thrown and turned on the potter's wheel, with hand dipped or brushed glaze application. The nature of our goods allows for slight variances among sets being sold, glaze colors, shapes, and sizes. Not one piece is exactly like the next. This characteristic is looked upon with delight from the artist, being able to give each customer a very special creation just for them.
The saggar pottery technique is a process used to create unique and unpredictable surface effects on ceramic pieces. The technique involves placing a ceramic object inside a protective container, called a saggar, along with various organic materials, such as sawdust, salt, metals, and other substances that react with the clay during firing.
The saggar is then sealed and placed in the kiln for firing. During the firing process, the organic materials inside the saggar produce volatile gases that interact with the clay, creating unique and unpredictable patterns and colors on the surface of the pottery.
We recommend cleaning gently with wet cloth.
Shipping & Refunds
Shipping & Refunds
All orders are insured and shipped thru USPS or UPS. Please allow 2-3 business days for us to process and fulfill your order after the date in which it is placed. Once your order is fulfilled it will take approximately 2-3 business days to be delivered.
At the moment, we are unable to offer international shipping through our website. However, if you live outside of North America and wish to purchase a piece, please contact us directly and we would be happy to calculate international shipping costs for you on an individual basis.
If you need expedited shipping, contact us directly before placing an order and we can calculate those costs on an individual basis.
Refunds + Exchanges
If you receive pottery that has been damaged in shipping, please contact us within 5 days of the delivery date with photos of damaged items. We can then work out a refund/exchange. After 5 days of the delivery date, damaged goods will not be taken into consideration.
Rocio, Owner, Designer & Potter
I’m an Argentinian Ceramicist. I have learned and curated deep, practice based knowledge in the field in my years living and working in Mexico (5 years in total), where I had the opportunity to work with low and high temperature pottery styles.