Is the piece I purchase the same as in the pictures?
Some items listed are the actual piece you will receive.
If it is not the actual one in the photo, it will be noted in the description of the item. In this case, understand that each piece is unique, and may have slight differences in glaze pattern and color. I will try to send you one that is closest to what is posted in the listing.
How can I buy your pottery?
I sell my work in a number of galleries across NH, as well as one in Montana.
See the "Where to Find My Work" at the top of the home page for a detailed listing.
I do open my studio for seasonal open houses, as well as by appointment when I can, so don't hesitate to reach out if you're in the area and would like a peek.
Do you do custom work?
I do! I've done lots of personalized mugs, and wedding gifts, as well as special request for something you might have in mind that you don't see in my shop.
Do you teach pottery classes?
Yes. I teach at the League of NH Craftsmen's gallery pottery studio in North Conway. We have updated lists of ongoing classes throughout the year. I typically teach fall-spring. I take the summers off to farm!
Is your pottery food safe, microwave and dishwasher proof?
Yes, definitely. It is 100% lead free and a durable high fired stoneware.
- All pottery is oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe
- Do not place pottery in a preheated oven! It will break if transferred directly into hot oven so allow for a gradual change in temperature. Put pottery in cold oven and then preheat.
- Keep garden pots inside during freezing temperatures
Do you offer gift certificates?
Contact me if you are interested in a gift certificate.
What is your return policy?
I want everyone to be happy with their purchase. Please keep in mind that each piece is one of a kind, hand crafted. No two are exactly alike. Glaze colors can differ with in the same piece, that's part of the beauty in my pottery.
If for some reason you are totally dissatisfied and you want to return the pottery, I will refund you the cost of your order. You will be responsible for the shipping charges for the return, and will only be refunded if the pottery is received by me unbroken. Keep in mind that packing is very important so that the pottery pieces does not touch the sides of the box, or each other, and is very snug and cannot move around.