Meet the Maker
Jay's been designing and crafting his own stoneware party for over two decades. His pieces are quietly beautiful and utilitarian -- look closely and you can see subtle marks of how they were created. Each piece is thrown on a potters wheel, hand-glazed, then fired in the kiln. This is some seriously grown up pottery.View Full Profile
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