Blakely Ceramicssueannblakelypottery@gmail.com https://blakelyceramics.com//
99 Hilliard avenue, Ottawa, K2E6C5
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I will deliver within 40km from my home studio in the Ottawa area
This versatile and decorative Utensil Holder is big enough to fit a whole set of your most commonly used utensils; Keep your mixing spoons, spatulas and whisks ready for use; These pots can also be used as a wine cooler, ice bucket and plant pot; Size 6"H X 5"W ...
These delightful cups will be the conversation piece of your next visit with friends; The bulbous body shape allows aromas to collect and be directed through a smaller rim; The variations in colour include Green misty, Blue misty, Mauve misty; Size 3 1/2"H X 3 1/4"W; 8 fl oz ...
A ceramic piece that not only enhances the decor on your counter top, it is the perfect place to rest your favourite stir spoon while cooking; Size 4"W X 3/4"H
Enjoy the smell of fresh brewed coffee in the morning.... A favourite mug is the first thing you'll need! The exterior matte and gloss finish add to the warmth of the mug; Variations include Misty Blue, Misty Green, Misty Pink, Tropicana, Blue Black and Northern Lights; Size 4 3/4"H X 3 1/2"W; 16 fl oz ...
Enjoy your favourite caffeinated beverage in this modest medium sized mug; The exterior matte and gloss finish add to the warmth of the mug; Available in Misty green, Misty pink and Blue/Black; Size 4 3/4"H X 3 1/2"W; 12 fl oz
Pasta bowls can do anything a plate can do....just better; These versatile bowls can be used for soups, salads, pasta, anything with a runny sauce....Just call then "Soup Plates"; Size 7 1/2"D X 2" deep
The cracker set is available and will accommodate either square or round shaped crackers; It's sure to add sophisticated modern charm to your next dinner party; Size cracker holder 8" X 2 1/2"; cheese board 11 1/2" L X 6"W
Sue-ann Blakely is a Potter, Wife, Oma, Golfer and Curler based out of Ottawa, Ontario. She has a Bachelor of Science degree and has taken numerous years of ceramic courses including Haliburton School of Art.
With Sue-ann's scientific laboratory background she was naturally led to the World of Ceramic Chemistry. Glaze layering coupled with her modified firing schedules create her rich runny reactions. She mixes, by hand, her palette of lively coloured slips, gloss and satin glazes. Continual experimentation and particular discoveries design her handmade creations, both wheel thrown and hand built. All her work is bisque and glaze fired, at her home studio, to cone 6+, approximately 1250 degrees Celsius