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Spring 2020 Online Restock

April 08, 2020

Spring 2020 Online Restock

Ok my friends, I’ve restocked the online shop for spring with vases for your flowers, tumblers for your wine, and bowls for your stay-home kitchen creations.

This is the 1st of 4 releases this year and when I initially developed the timeline, I had not anticipated the effects of a global pandemic on our communities and infrastructure. It’s a bit surreal right now but I’ve gone through a handful of emotions over the past weeks, reached out to many of you for advice, and was repeatedly reminded that creating art is always important.

I am lucky to work from my backyard studio with a medium that is fired to over 2200° F and my husband has been working from home for over 6 weeks. And, thanks to the preventive measures we initiated early, we are healthy. All of my packing materials were purchased in November of last year so I feel like I can safely and healthfully run my small business and ship pottery to you with the help of USPS pickups.

These are unprecedented times and I appreciate every purchase, comment, like, and share. If you don’t need a ceramic pot right now, that’s fine. More importantly, continue to be gentle with yourselves. And, be safe.

XO, Shannon





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