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Wild Grains Storage Container

Wild Grains Storage Container


This vessel was used to store the wild oats grains foraged late Spring.   


Made from a mix of local clay and clay mined in Southern California.


Glazes made from rocks collected in the mountains and white “chalk” foraged in the Mojave desert. The rocks are slowly broken and ground by hand into a fine powder then mixed with various amounts of pinyon pine and scrub oak ashes to create different hues. Homemade white glaze inside. The whole process is quite lengthy, and several firings are often required.


Stone and Miner’s lettuce fibers on top.


Mixed building techniques – Wheel and coil


Fired at cone 6 (2200 °F – 1204 °C) using my electric kiln.



Diameter: 6 inches – 15 cm

Height: Around 7 inches – 17.5 cm

3  inches – 7.5 cm

Weight: 3 pounds (1341 gr)


Don't forget to read the section about pottery care.




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Priority mail takes two to five days to deliver in the US. International orders may take much longer to arrive.


Refunds will be offered if the item is damaged during shipment. Send me and email and photos clearly indicating the extent of damage to the box, packing materials, and item.


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