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Holy Mountain Trading Company
Asian Teapots and more...

Horsehair Raku
Audrey Skeen uses a raku technique incorporating horsehair, which she discovered in New Mexico.

Hunter, Ben
We make decorative ceramic art tiles by hand, in the
tradition of early 20th century American craftsmen.

Insight Glaze Software
The classic glaze software for Macintosh, now also available for Windows!

International Museum of Print and Clay what's this?
Sponsored by Professor Les Lawrence of Grossmont College, and intended as a resource for people interested in clay art using print and clay techniques.

Irwin, Jeff
sculptural forms with narritive imagery in black and white, white. drawings on porcelain.

Issenberg, Mark
Mark Issenberg creates fine ash-glazed stoneware near Plum Nelly where he first studied ceramics as a young man under the legendary potter, Charles Counts.

James William Johnson
Hand crafted original porcelain vases, centerpieces, and jewelry featuring metallic luster over glazes.

Jan Cannon Pottery
Contemporary stoneware pottery influenced by the ceramic traditions of Asia

Jennings Jeannette L.
Jeannette runs the Firecat POttery, making handbuilt cat pottery art, both decorative and functional. A must for cat lovers!

Jim Lux Pottery
Raku Pottery located in Durham, NC, USA.

Jones, Matt
Matt's pots are all functional - plates and pitchers, teapots and mugs, jars and planters, with bold forms and rich, earthy textures that echo the work of country masters from the US Southern past.

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