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By Sloan on July 30, 2008
Our latest kiln opening with ceramic snowman plates and platters from our snoware collection.
By Sloan on July 25, 2008
S-269 is dough bowl or tray from our snoware collection with a polar bear and the word “snow”. It is 13″ x 6″ and 1.5″ deep. Sighed tt and myc, expressly yours 2008. *Sold*
By Sloan on July 22, 2008
Top shelf of kiln in the latest firing here at Expressly Yours studio in Colorado. Mostly snoware, thats our snowman line. Cake pedestal, bowl small square plate and a oval coup style platter.
By Sloan on July 18, 2008
S-268 is a very large snowman bowl from our snoware collection. Just a little over 16 inches in diameter with “if we should live to be a 103, best friends we’ll always be” on the inside. Signed tt and myc, expressly yours 2008. Click here to visit our online store to see available pieces.
By Sloan on July 14, 2008
S-267 is a pair of small polar bear snoware snack plates plates. 11.5″ x 6″ and .75″ deep great little snack plates for sandwiches and burritos. Signed tt and myc, expressly yours 2008. *Sold*
By Sloan on July 9, 2008
Thanks to a friend of mine I was informed my archive page no longer worked a couple weeks ago. Since then we now have the new archive page up with an expand all feature where one can see links to all the posts on the site. Very cool, check it out on the right hand […]
By Sloan on July 8, 2008
S-265 is a 11.5″ x 6″ smaller oval snack plate. It is .75″ deep so it’s great for wet snacks too like burritos covered in sauce. Great sub sandwich plate too. This one is unique as it has a snowman and polar bear. Signed tt and myc, expressly yours 2008. – *Sold* *I’ve sort of […]
By Sloan on July 7, 2008
S-265 is a new larger style ruffled bowl from our snowman snoware line. It is 12″ in diameter. The writing reads “you warm my heart”. Signed tt and myc, expressly yours 2008. *Sold*
By Sloan on July 1, 2008
Some special order cherry items for our friends – all I want for Christmas, up in door county. I love cherries…