The Etsy Mud Team provides a center of community, learning, and promotion for the ceramics and pottery artists on Etsy.

Ceramic artists unite to bring you “Art from the Earth”. Artists working with earth to express their individuality through unique, one-of-a kind art pieces.
A wide array of clays are used – porcelain, stoneware and earthenware. All pieces are hand-built or wheel-thrown. Many are quite labor intensive, while others simply appear to be. Firing processes are varied; salt firing, raku, gas reduction and electric kilns are used. Pit and sawdust firing are other methods at our disposal.
It is our goal to more effectively promote our art on Etsy by offering unique hand-made pottery; pottery made the old fashioned way – with care, one piece at a time.
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11 hours ago

Etsy Mud Team

These handcrafted butterfly wing design earrings are created using a unique marbling technique with yellow orange, white and black porcelain to highlight the delicate beauty of butterflies.

Visit:
www.etsy.com/shop/LaraCeramicArt
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These handcrafted butterfly wing design earrings are created using a unique marbling technique with yellow orange, white and black porcelain to highlight the delicate beauty of butterflies. 

Visit:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LaraCeramicArt

13 hours ago

Etsy Mud Team

Melody is thinking about falling leaves. Isn't her oak leaf tray beautiful? She offers 2 sizes. Find them here:
www.etsy.com/shop/CocoaMarie
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Melody is thinking about falling leaves. Isnt her oak leaf tray beautiful? She offers 2 sizes. Find them here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/CocoaMarie

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It takes a special talent to make these leaf trays, I think. I love the colors!

2 days ago

Etsy Mud Team

This is an interesting concept from Lisa Boucher. She is selling these necklace or bracelet toggles unfinished, for the jeweler to paint with acrylics or low fire glaze. Don't you love the shape of them? Here's the link to Lisa's shop:
www.etsy.com/shop/Clayworksnh
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This is an interesting concept from Lisa Boucher. She is selling these necklace or bracelet toggles unfinished, for the jeweler to paint with acrylics or low fire glaze. Dont you love the shape of them? Heres the link to Lisas shop:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Clayworksnh
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