Rhiannon's Art
Mud Paint and Steel
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Blue-Nami

My favorite of the Or tribute series so far. A thousand stages of construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction, but so worth it. Yes, it pours strait, but would you really?

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rakubox2

Little box for jewelry, candy, incense, sewing needles, secrets, gum wrappers, do-dads, thingies and whatevers. Raku fired.

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something-white

 Filigree scrolling along the rim. Medium-small, high-fired, dishwasher safe… for when it finally gets a little too grimey at the bottom.

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something-blue

Medium-small vase, or the best pencil holder ever!

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gazelle

Smaller size, tea for two. Delicate incision of a gazelle on the front.

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blue-eyes

Dinner plates, set of six. High-fired, dishwasher safe. Really. At least the dishwasher is safer than me.

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recon-vases

My dad came for these two, but they can be rebuilt. They work wonderfully as hurricain candle holders as well.  

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dwarves

Great for cold beverages, or hot if you like to keep your fingers toasty.

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pitched

Like it says, it’s a creamer.

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muggin

My favorite mugs. They”re the perfect shape: nice belly, small neck, holds a lot and  keeps it warm. These are in a pale celedon glaze. High-fired, dishwasher and microwave safe.