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King's Pottery - Wine Glasses - Naughty Sheep King's Pottery - Goblet style Wine Glasses - Rainbow sheep King's Pottery - Wine Glasses - Grey Sheep - Pink Heart
Earthenware molded wine 'glasses' handpainted with teal sheep playing a naughty game of "leap frog".
Food Safe
Microwave safe
Safe for top rack of the dishwasher.

Earthenware molded wine 'glasses' handpainted with rainbow colored sheep
Food Safe
Microwave safe
Safe for top rack of the dishwasher.

Earthenware molded wine 'glasses' handpainted with grey sheep and pink hearts
Food Safe
Microwave safe
Safe for top rack of the dishwasher.

King's Pottery - Wine Glasses - Grey Sheep - Bluebud Pottery - Majolica Wine Cup - Tall Sheep
Earthenware molded wine 'glasses' handpainted with grey sheep and blue buds with leaves.
Food Safe
Microwave safe
Safe for top rack of the dishwasher.

ABOUT:
Majolica is a style of pottery that uses a colored clay base (in this case terracotta) and a white opaque glaze over that. On top of that designs are painted. Of course I like sheep but you'll see many other themes in what I have on the mugs, cups and dinnerware.

Here we have my tall sheep. I was doodling birds with tall legs one day and they eventually turned to sheep (as many of my doodles do). Voila! Tall sheep.

SIZE and USE:
This cup I've designed the shape to be much like the stemless wine cups. I'm a terminal clutz and stems just make me worse so these are about perfect. Stable and I'm less likely to lose a glass of wine. It holds about 8-9 ounces of your favorite wine.

Each item is individually hand made and glazed well. I make these items to be used. This is food safe. It is also microwave safe - Safe for top rack of the dishwasher. Though, considerate use is always recommended with any handmade one of a kind item.

PROCESS:
This is a wheel thrown terracotta cup with majolica style glazes. I have formed each one by hand on a potter's wheel. I've made pottery for a long time so each one is quite similar but there are variations in the exact form of the piece and in the painting.

Everything is made to last and fired in a kiln. Then I choose a series of glazes and colors that will help bring out the whimsy and personality of each design. I try to stick to the same glazes for each piece but I have a habit of occasionally going off script. It is then given it's second trip into the hot hot kiln to make it the sexy little item it is today.make it the sexy little item it is today.