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These are some of the recent honey jars I have been working on, proof of concept. The spoon is for honey drizzle, with a hole in the back side. This allows no swizzle stick, and no opening for bees or flies to get into the honey if out on the deck or other wise. Fire with the lid upside down to prevent the glaze from gluing the lid on where the glaze may pool between the end of the spoon and the inside pot bottom. Working now on 50 of these for a first order. Mugs are also in the order for 50, with a honey comb/bee motif.


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Honey jars and other stuff

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very practical!  so the lid is placed upside down on the pot for glaze firing?   glad you decided to take that order, may be the start of something rewarding.

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