This hand-thrown, multi-purpose crock will surely become a family heirloom. It is available with a red wing or a birch leaf decoration.
1 Gallon 8″H x 8-1/4″W
2 Gallon 10″ x 10-1/4″W
3 Gallon 11″H x 11-1/4″W
4 Gallon 12″H x 12″W
5 Gallon 13″H x 13″W
Wear your wing proudly!
Dinner plate 10.75″diameter
Luncheon plate 9.25″ diameter
Salad plate 7.5″ diameter
Dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe
Fully vitrified lead-free china with a color glaze
Made in the USA.
Limited stock of peacock and flamingo are available at the store, please call for details, 651.388.3562.
Make your garden welcoming for the imaginary gnomes/elves/fairies that visit. We will use the slab and pinch methods to build houses, doors, mushrooms, and other whimsical garden features. Pieces can be painted with acrylic paint after firing.
Sunday, July 12, 1-3pm, cost is $30. No experience necessary.
Instructors: Kate Bauman has a MFA in Ceramics and has taught at Rochester Community and Technical College, St. Catherine University, Northern Clay Center and Edina Art Center.
The SotaMug honors the unique shape of Minnesota in a mug designed for drinking coffee, tea, hot chocolate and other hot drinks. Some like to drink out of the back side by the handle while others drink from the front or even the side, whatever works for you.
Like all our high-quality stoneware it is dishwasher and microwave safe.
The SotaStein honors the unique shape of Minnesota in a boot shaped stein designed for drinking your favorite hot or cold beverage. Some like to drink out of the back side by the handle while others drink from the front or even the side, whatever works for you. Or use it as a vase for that someone REALLY “NICE”
Like all our high-quality stoneware it is lead-free and dishwasher and microwave safe.
This organic and fair trade coffee was carefully crafted and approved by the potters of Red Wing Pottery and Stoneware. A delight for morning or afternoon, especially in the Red Wing Stoneware mug.
We’ll use colorful underglazes to decorate Red Wing Stoneware crocks and mugs (greenware). Painting, stamping and stenciling are a few of the methods available to apply the underglaze. Later the pieces will be glazed with a clear glaze, and then fired.
Saturday, July 11, 1-4pm, cost is $10 per hour plus $8/mug or small crock, $10/crock. Limit 4 pieces per hour. No experience necessary. As with all of our classes, complementary coffee or half off a coffee beverage from the Bob White Coffee Shop is included during the classtime.
Instructor: Karen Flynn has a design degree from the University of Minnesota, and enjoys many creative endeavors. Besides teaching, she is also the graphic designer at Red Wing Pottery.