Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Newest Pots

Time for another peek at my pottery. These two pieces are made of white clay. They are each about 3 1/2 inches tall, and both are glazed with Winter White on the inside.

The smaller one is 4 1/2 inches wide and is glazed with Everglade. It is the perfect size to act as a "cache pot" for an African violet.

The larger one is 5 inches in diameter. This glaze is called Meadow. I'm not sure how to use this one - ideas, anyone?


Lisa at Greenbow said...

Put some guacomole in it. Yummm or use it for a bean pot. Serve corn or cooked carrots in it. Hmmmm I think I am hungry.

Mary said...

Your pottery skills have steadily improved. I love what you've done! I enjoyed your Florida photos, too.

Lisa said...

Cache pot for a *larger* African violet!

(ver ver pretty, sis.)

Anonymous said...

Lisa said what I was thinking! Or a kalanchoe or primrose pot. Need something (or a pair of somethings) bloomy this time of year. (love the colors. I have 2 McCoy planters that belonged to my Grammie that look very, very much like these.)
Holly (since if I don't sign my name to my msg, I have to be 'anonymous' now.) Did that change today?