FREQUENTLY ASKED Qs
Yes, I ship to every country!
All of my ceramics are first come, first serve. I do not reserve pieces as that isn't fair.
Due to every piece being unique and everyone having their own preferences, I don't offer pre-orders. I don’t accept custom orders for this reason either - gas firings are unpredictable and the vision you have is never guaranteed as a result.
I’m always very busy with my own shop and being one person, I don’t see myself ever being to meet the demand for my ceramics. So thank you for your interest but I also really enjoy selling my art on my own :)
The majority of my work sells within 5 minutes after being listed. I make my work available in small batches because I really can’t make more than 100 pieces a month. So if you would like something, you must be at my website on the announced date/time of the sale. I try to have one restock every month.
I GOT CART-JACKED!
I’d never heard that term before joining instagram haha. Getting “cart-jacked” means you had a piece in your cart, went to check it out, and someone bought it before you were able to submit your payment. So please keep in mind that having a piece in your cart doesn’t make it yours, it’s a free-for-all until you receive an order confirmation!
HANDLING & CARE
All of my ceramics are microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe. However, please keep in mind that glazes are essentially glass so the pieces I make need to be treated with care, which is why I recommend washing by hand. And yes, you can pour boiling water into the mugs! But please use common sense and don’t pour boiling water into a mug that’s been in the freezer or something. They are meant to be used and loved every day!
IM LOOKING FOR A SPECIFIC GLAZE
Firing the kiln is a very exciting process and unloading the kiln with glazes I’ve used many times in the past would dull that excitement for me. So I always make sure to rotate the glazes I make and am always experimenting with more. This means that you may not see/be able to purchase the color you want for up to one year, or I simply may never make it again. I’m sorry if that’s disappointing but I promise to always strive for vibrancy and beauty with every glaze I use!
This is by far my most received question. I do not share or sell glaze recipes.
I NEED YOUR HELP!
As much as I love that my art is a source of inspiration for students/ceramicists, please do not ask me to teach you how I do what I do. It’s a thoughtless thing to ask as I know nothing about your clay/glazes/kiln/firings/working environment. I don’t want to feel responsible for any disaster that may occur if you try to make your glazes run. It has taken me years of experimenting and failure to feel at ease with it.