Mugs

Hold your daily brew or tea in these highfire porcelain and stoneware mugs. Hand thrown, high-fired porcelain or stoneware. No two are exactly alike. Similar sets are possible. dishwasher/microwave/food safe

Tumblers

These vessels hold your favorite daily beverage. Excellent for keeping coffee, tea and your hands warm while on the road or at home. Handthrown and high-fired porcelain or stoneware. No two are exactly alike. Simliar sets are possible. dishwasher/microwave/food safe

Bowls

If you could only have one ware to eat out of, one of these bowls would be it. Handthrown and high-fired porcelain or stoneware. No two are exactly alike. Simliar sets are possible. dishwasher/microwave/food safe

Small Sauce Dishes

These are small dishes made to put your favorite dipping sauces in, or whatever else you might think of. Generally 2-5 inches in diameter.

Serving Bowls

These serving bowls are perfect for potlucks, family-style dinners, or resting atop your counter full of your farmer's market bounty. Handthrown and high-fired porcelain or stoneware. No two are exactly alike. dishwasher/microwave/food safe.

Dinnerware

Elevate your table setting with handthrown porcelain and stoneware dinnerware. Handthrown and high-fired porcelain or stoneware. No two are exactly alike. Simliar sets are possible. dishwasher/microwave/food safe

Tea Bowls

These pieces are a loose interpretation and emulation of japanese-style teabowls and tea cups. Because of various firing atmospheres, many of these surface treatments are often difficult to reproduce. Handthrown and high-fired porcelain or stoneware. dishwasher/microwave/food safe

Pour Overs

Craft your brew in these handmade coffee pourovers. Handthrown and high-fired porcelain or stoneware. No two are exactly alike. dishwasher/microwave/food safe

Serving Dishes

Serve your favorite dish in these pieces. Generally 7-9 inches wide and 2-3 inches tall. Up to 12" wide upon request.

Soda Fired

These pieces are fired in a gas kiln. Soda ash or baking soda is introduced to the kiln atmosphere as the firing reaches the top temperature (2350 ish degrees). Results are difficult and often impossible to reproduce. They are food safe pieces.

Wood Fired

The surfaces of these pieces were created by different types of wood ash in the atmosphere of the kiln during a multi day firing. They are food safe and each have their own unique character. A piece can exhibit both smooth glassy and matte rough surfaces.

Big Sur Bakery

If you havent been yet, the coffee, pastries and food are exquisite at Big Sur Bakery and Restaurant. You will also find the people are some of the nicest around.