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Bell II

Mt. Washington Pottery

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Product Information

Process:

Wheel thrown hand-carved bell with hand-formed beads and clapper, hand-strung on waxed hemp string.

Made of:

stoneware

Dimensions:

5''H x 3.75''Dia

Color/finish:

white/brown

Why We Love This

One-of-a-kind handmade dark brtown stoneware bell with handmade beads strung on waxed hemp string with a glossy white glaze.

Why We Love This

One-of-a-kind handmade dark brtown stoneware bell with handmade beads strung on waxed hemp string with a glossy white glaze.

About Mt. Washington Pottery

Beth Katz grew up in the canyons of Los Angeles, never far from nature. At her Mt. Washington Pottery, she creates rustic, textured ceramics with a touch of the wildness of the hillsides of her childhood.

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