Wear your wing proudly!
Hand thrown one pound Bread Baker with a floral decoration. Place kneaded bread dough in an oiled baker, let rise and bake until golden brown and enjoy!
4″H x 6-1/2″W
Salt glaze pottery varies with each kiln firing. Exact colors cannot be guaranteed.
Holds 24 Ounces
Height 2 1/2 Inches
Length 11 3/4 Inches
Width 7 1/8 Inches
Dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe
Fully vitrified lead-free china with a color glaze
Made in the USA.
Warm your heart and hands this winter with hand-built and wheel-thrown mugs. This class covers basic techniques for making small cylinder forms and handles, as well as simple embellishment methods that give personal style to your mugs.
Sundays, Jan 11, 18, & 25, 1-4pm, cost is $75. Firing fees will be charged by weight, $1.50 per pound. No experience necessary.
Instructor 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.
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
“Boot Camp for Throwers”
Originally pioneered by Red Wing Stoneware & Pottery senior thrower Art Gannett at Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis under the name “All Clay, All Day”, students soon began calling the class “boot camp for throwers”, and the name has stuck. Designed to develop essential basic throwing skills through repetitive exercise, this throwing-intensive class takes students though a sequence of specific exercises. Students do not progress to the next exercise until reaching a satisfactory level of competence with the preceding exercises, and students proceed through the exercises at individual rates of speed.
The exercises start with centering and opening. This exercise proceeds to include throwing a good cylinder, although until a student has mastered centering and opening the focus remains there. After developing competency with the cylinder, the next exercise is learning to collar. Following that, a change of direction is learning to throw the “satellite dish” bowl, and finally, throwing a swollen form with a collared top. A student completing the entire sequence has learned all the basic skills a thrower needs.
Clay is supplied by RWS&P and reprocessed after use. Accommodation can be made for students wishing to keep and fire individual pieces for an added materials and firing fee. Open studio privileges are included, schedule to be determined.
Video clips of the specific exercises are not yet available for viewing but will be coming soon.
This class meets every other Saturday, 10am – 4pm, Jan 17 – March 28 (six sessions).
Price includes open studio time to practice what you are learning.
Be sure to check “local pickup” for your shipping method, so that you are not charged for shipping.
The Sotapitcher is a multi-purpose ceramic mug shaped like the state of Minnesota. This patent-pending design is made exclusively by Red Wing Stoneware. There are 10,000 ways to use the 16 oz and 1 oz sizes… beer stein, toothpick holder, syrup pitcher, shot glass, flower vase or espresso cup, any way you fill it, it is Minnesota NICE!