Frequently asked questions about the pottery
Q. Is your pottery dishwasher and microwave safe?
A. It sure is! My pottery is meant to be used in the daily setting. It is made of strong, durable stoneware and will withstand the test of time.
Q. Is your pottery oven safe?
A. Yes and no. I make pottery for the oven, like casserole dishes, brie bakers, and apple bakers. These can all go in a cool oven, and then brought up to temperature. I do not recommend putting plates in the oven.
Q. Can your teapots go directly on the stove top?
A. No. Ceramic teapots are meant to have boiling water poured into them.
Q. Do you make dinnerware sets?
A. No, not at this time. My good friend and potter Tiff Hilton does though… take a look! https://tiffanyhilton.com/
Q. Do you do custom colors.
A. Not really. I have a set color palette that I use. You can choose from that palette.
Frequently asked questions about shipping
Q. How long does it take for an item to ship?
A. In stock items will ship within 1-2 business days, via USPS. Pottery that is not in stock is considered a custom order and can take 4-8 weeks to ship.
Q. Do you ship internationally?
Q. Can I return an item?
A. Yes. It must be returned in perfect condition within 5 business days for a refund. I do not accept returns on custom orders. The buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.
Frequently asked questions about classes
Q. how do I get into one of your weekly classes?
A. Weekly classes are quite limited, as I only teach two nights a week. I suggest you contact me very early to be put on a waitlist.
Q. Can you teach summer classes?
A. Nope. I need a break to refresh.
Q. Can you teach a workshop at our community clay center?
A. Yes. I prefer to stay within driving distance of the New England area of the United States.