John Miller Pottery

Artisans share their Teaware Art.

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Dec 6th 12 6:21 am
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Re: John Miller Pottery

by Saladin » Dec 6th 12 6:21 am

Hey thanks! I'm super pleased with this one, finally after many rejects.. so discouraging. This one is not super large, about 8.5cm wide by 11cm tall. I need to test it soon. :D

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Dec 8th 12 3:39 am
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Re: John Miller Pottery

by Saladin » Dec 8th 12 3:39 am

I have some pots for sale at this open house for those interested in the Seattle area (tomorrow). Sorry for the short notice.
http://wasabidou.blogspot.com/

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Dec 8th 12 12:22 pm
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Re: John Miller Pottery

by Drax » Dec 8th 12 12:22 pm

Hahaha... I love the "wasabi" name, there's a nice little double-entendre there.

In any case, all the best with the event. I'd make it if I could, but I will be stuck in Virginia... :D

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Dec 8th 12 5:57 pm
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Re: John Miller Pottery

by Saladin » Dec 8th 12 5:57 pm

Ha ha, funny, I never thought of that! He's a nice guy, and I just mailed him some new pots for his open house. He also has a nice online gallery on trocadero, with some antiques and such.

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Dec 13th 13 2:40 am
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Re: John Miller Pottery

by Saladin » Dec 13th 13 2:40 am

I've got some new pots for sale here if anyone is interested in seeing what I've been up to. :D
http://www.mingei-wasabidou.com/catalog ... &view=list