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Slip Inlay Pie Plate, interior
 
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Slip Inlay Pie Plate, interior

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Interior of elaborately carved pie plate made with red clay and inlaid with white slip (and a touch of white underglaze).


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Pottery 2016

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The only problem with this pot is no one wants to use it as a pie plate because its just to darn beautiful to look at. 

 

Your decorations go leaps and bounds each kiln load. Keep up the hard work, it is showing.

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The only problem with this pot is no one wants to use it as a pie plate because its just to darn beautiful to look at. 

 

Your decorations go leaps and bounds each kiln load. Keep up the hard work, it is showing.

 

Joseph, these are some of the nicest things anybody has ever said to me about my work. Thank you so much. 

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I'm not a big fan of quotes, but my wife's family has quotes everywhere in their house, so I can't attest to how good or bad it would make the pot sell. Some people would love it, others like me might think it would take away from the pot. You would have to just A/B test it and see if it even matters, might get even sales for both in which case some with quotes and some without would be the best market. 

 

I have no idea on the hangers, do a lot of people hang stuff up in their kitchens these days? My mother used to have a plate that hung in the kitchen when I was a boy. 

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I'm not a big fan of quotes, but my wife's family has quotes everywhere in their house, so I can't attest to how good or bad it would make the pot sell. Some people would love it, others like me might think it would take away from the pot. You would have to just A/B test it and see if it even matters, might get even sales for both in which case some with quotes and some without would be the best market. 

 

I have no idea on the hangers, do a lot of people hang stuff up in their kitchens these days? My mother used to have a plate that hung in the kitchen when I was a boy. 

 

I'm not super fond of quotes either! But people like them so I thought I might try it. I've done a wedding date before but that level of customization is super stressful so I don't want to do it again. I do remember that my mom had a set of dishes with recipes in them that I really liked but I think I would have to do an iron oxide decal for that. 

 

I have no idea if people still hang plates but I've been planning to make a set of platters that are intended to double as wall decor in my dining room. 

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