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« Topic Start: August 15, 2010, 03:31:06 pm »

Welcome to the Cauldron Support Sale!

My name is Erinnightwalker and I make ceramic pieces. Since I have a distinct surplus, and since the Cauldron needs some support, I am offering my pieces here. Once they are gone, they are gone- no commissions will be taken in this thread. All profit will go to the Cauldron. Shipping and handling is tabulated separately from the price of the piece(s). Once your order is placed, I will pm you requesting your address information. I prefer that you use Paypal for payment (which is available thanks to the kindness of my SO), but I understand that some people cannot do online payment. Fill out the appropriate line on the order form and we will talk.

If you are buying a piece, use the order form. Fill it out and post it here. No pm’s will be accepted, except for mailing address. Its first come, first served. There will be no holding of pieces unless there are extraordinary extenuating circumstances. The basic shipping choice is USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate boxes. You may, if you desire, choose a different shipper. The price will go up accordingly. All prices will be settled before money is exchanged. I will pm you your completed order form which acts as your receipt.

All pieces will be packed with the utmost care- however, I do not claim responsibility for pieces broken in transit. Once it leaves my hands, it is done. Tracking numbers can be added if you want them. I believe, with USPS, that it is $2 extra. Insurance can be added, but it will cost extra.

If you want, I can tell you what is in the glazes that I use. All pieces are microwave safe, oven safe, and dishwasher safe. Some are NOT recommended for food use, and I will mark them as such. I use no lithium or lead based glazes, but some of the blues do use tiny amounts of cobalt carbonate. I eat off those glazes all the time, so they should be fine. Some pieces are not waterproof- again, they will be marked. If you want to know any other information, ask me and I will do my best to answer the question. To make sure you read all this, you must include the word mugwump in the appropriate line in the order form.

Once you have placed your order and decided what carrier you want, I will quote you the shipping and handling of your choice. If it is too much for your liking, you may retract the offer without prejudice, but cannot place a new order for one week (to prevent “holding” orders). If you live close enough to my home, I can deliver the piece by hand, saving you the shipping and handling. This option will be offered once I receive your address information.

Order Form
Name- (username is fine here)
Piece(s) desired-
Total price of pieces-
What parcel carrier do you want?-    (default is USPS; if the carrier doesn’t run near my home, I can’t send it via that company)
Do you want a tracking number?   Yes/No
Do you want insurance?    Yes/No
What is the secret word?-
Anything else we need to hash out?     (alternatives for Paypal, etc go here- I make no guarantee that I can fulfill them)
~~Erin’s use only; do not fill in~~
Package sent-
Method of payment-
Paid-
Customer Number-

I check The Cauldron every day, so chances are that I will get to your order within 24 hours. If circumstances prevent me getting on for a while, I will warn everybody if I can. I hope you enjoy your new pieces as much as I enjoyed making them.
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*Note* I am not a professional potter. These are the bits and pieces that I haven’t sold at student art shows or made for someone else. As such, all weights and sizes are as exact as I can make them. Some pieces have flaws. I will explain what they are in each piece’s description. The photos are taken with a camera phone. The quality is fair to middlin’, so if you need more pictures from a different angle, request and you shall receive. I have divided this up by the semester I made the piece for ease of accounting on my part. I get better as I go along, so the lower you get, the better (and more expensive) the pieces get. Assume it is wheel-thrown, unless otherwise marked. Now on with the ceramics J

First semester

#1-Yellow hand built box
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1609.jpg
-Price- $2
-2 pieces
-3 ½ in tall by 6 in long by 5 in wide
-weight- 1 5/8 lb
-Description- I made this box mostly to use up clay. The box part is glazed with a clear glazed. The lid is glazed with yellow. There is a particular way the lid fits, though it still wobbles a bit. Completely food safe, waterproof (in the box, the bottom of the lid is unglazed), oven safe, dishwasher safe, and microwave safe. I suppose you could use it as a mini-casserole, if you wished. If you do cook in it for some reason, don’t cook with the lid on. Anything that spatters on the bottom of the lid may stain and will require scrubbing.

Second Semester

#2-Blue & brown small plate
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1612.jpg
-Price- $2
-½ in tall by 7 in wide
-weight- ¾ lb
-Description- DO NOT EAT OFF THIS PLATE. It was fired in the wrong part of the kiln and is covered in bubbles in the glaze. Its oven and microwave safe, waterproof, etc, but the bubbles will flake off and possibly get in your food. My recommendation is to use this as a trivet or something of the sort, or as an offering dish that you don’t plan on having anything corporeal eat off of. If all else fails, put a houseplant on it.

#3-Pair of medium plates
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1614.jpg
-Price- $5 for the pair
-2 pieces
-7/8 in tall by 9 ½ in wide
-total weight- 3 ¾ lbs
-Description- DO NOT EAT OFF THIS PLATE. Same as piece #2, the glaze pitted and bubbled on me. Its not as bad as #2 but I still strongly recommend not eating off it. The glazes themselves are very pretty to me, so again I’m thinking offering plate. Or oversized trivet.

#4-White plate w/ stain
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1613.jpg
-Price- $3
-¾ in tall by 7 ½ in wide
-weight- 1 lb
-Description- What a shocker, you can eat off this plate. Only thing that went wrong was the amount of stains (iron oxide and cobalt) I put on it. It is waterproof, as I have mentioned, oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe. Anything you can do with a plate, you can do with this.

#5-Brown & blue cup
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1616.jpg
-Price- $3
-2 in tall by 4 in wide, handle extra 1 ½ in.
-weight- ½ lb
-Description- Foodsafe, just on the small side. Safe for just about anything kitchen related. Handle is perfect for hooking a thumb through.

#6-Rust and yellow cup
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1617.jpg
-Price- $3
-2 ¾ in tall by 4 in wide, handle extra 2 in
-weight- 5/8 lb
-Description- While it is quite waterproof, I must mention a few things. For food use, I strongly recommend a gloss glaze. The rust color on this is a matte glaze. The reason I recommend a gloss glaze is for ease of cleaning. The other big thing is the fact the bottom of this piece cracked in the bisque. The crack doesn’t go all the way through the bottom but is very visible on the bottom. This fact, coupled with the cup being bottom heavy, leads me to my recommendation- use it to hold tealights. I have a couple of cups that I use to hold emergency lights for when the power is off for a while because they are easily portable, have a handle, and when put in the bathroom sink, give you enough light to use said bathroom. It could also hold scented tealights as an offering as well, since it is open enough to not smother the flame. But, its just an idea. If you fall in love with the cup, just remember to scrub it well after your morning coffee.

Third Semester

#7-2 flat discs
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1637.jpg
-Price- $1 for both
-2  pieces
-# 1->1/8 lb, ¼ in tall by 1 ½ in wide
-# 2- 1/8 lb, ¼ in tall by 2 ¾ in wide
-Description- While the little one has some interesting effects, neither of these turned out as hoped. I recommend painting over the designs, like you’d paint a rock. In case anyone was wondering, the big one was  supposed to be an anime-style eye. The little one was supposed to be a triple moon symbol.

#8-Tiny purple jar
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1636.jpg
-Price- $1
-1 ¼ in tall by 1 ½ wide
-mouth- ¾ in wide
-weight- > 1/8 lb
-Description- Not my smallest pot, but one of the smaller hump pots. I used this to color test a purple mix. I DO NOT recommend using this for food. The red in the mix is supposedly food safe, but I don’t trust it. There are a few patches where the purple didn’t cover. It would make a nice doll accessory, or even a fairy dish if you wish. Or you can just stare at it.

#9-Small blue & purple jar
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1635.jpg
-Price- $1
-2 ¼ in tall by 2 in wide
-mouth- 1 in
-weight- ¼ lb
-Description- See #8. This one was another tester. Has the same purple on the outside, a lavender mix on the inside, and blue around the lip. Again, there are some patches where the glaze didn’t cover properly.

#10-Green chalice
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1634.jpg
-Price- $2
-4 in tall by 3 in across
-weight- ½ lb
-Description- DON”T USE THIS IN THE KITCHEN. The glaze bubbled badly, and the bubbles break if you press them too hard. It was an experiment in a glaze as well as goblet construction. The rim is uneven as well. I’d fill it with sand and use it as a standing censer. You can use the handle to pick it up and move it. I warn you now, I can’t guarantee that the bubbles in the glaze won’t break in transit.

#11-Carved blue jar
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1632.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_16332.jpg
-Price- $6
-3 in tall by 2 ¼ in wide
-mouth- ½ in wide
-weight- ¼ lb
-Description- Man am I proud of this one. Not only is it very light compared to some of the stuff I’ve made but the carving showed up well. Its waterproof, dishwasher, oven, microwave safe, and cute. It would make a good potion bottle, if you go that way.

#12-Cup & jar (powder blue)
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1618.jpg
-Price- $10
-2 pieces
-with lid- 5 ½ in tall
-w/o lid-  4 in tall by 3 ¼ in wide
- lid is 2 in tall by 2 ¾ in wide
-weight- 1 lb
-Description- DRY GOODS ONLY. The glaze is a one time only kind of thing. # 13 has the same glaze. Due to the texture, I recommend dry goods, dried herbs, incense blends, etc. Wrapped candy works too. The lid doubles as a cup. I’ll have to revisit this design later, I think….

#13-Powder blue bowl
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1619.jpg
-Price- $6
-3 ¼ in tall by 6 ¼ wide
-weight- 1 1/8 lb
-Description- FRUITBOWL ONLY. Same problems as #12, plus a crack that the glaze hides fairly well. Would work great for fruit as long as you don’t let it go squishy. Handwash only (due to glaze).

#14-Suit pot
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1631.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/04-14-10_1504.jpg
-Price- $10
-2 pieces
-4 in tall by 2 ½ in wide
-mouth- ½ in wide
-weight ½ lb
-Description- Foodsafe, waterproof, etc, etc. If you want to seal this guy (say, for a spell or something similar), dip the stopper in wax and put it in, adding more wax around the neck. Could be a weird perfume bottle too, but you wouldn’t be able to use it for more than one scent because the stopper is almost completely unglazed, and therefore slightly porous. Mostly I just think this guy is cute ^_^

#15-Black bowl w/ ring
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1628.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1629.jpg
-Price- $8
-2 pieces
- roughly 3 in all around
-weight- ½ lb
-Description- One of the few things I made intended for magic without keeping it. While you may, of course, use it for anything you like, I envisioned it as a scrying bowl. I know somewhere I read about putting water in a blacked out tin to use for scrying. This is my version. It can be tilted to any angle in the little ring/stand. The inside is completely glazed utter black. This was hand built in a pooki, so there are some cracks on the outside. The inside is smooth and crackless.

#16-Sea green lidded pot
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1620.jpg
-Price- $9
-2 pieces
-5 in tall by 4 ¼ in wide
-Mouth measures 2 ½ in
-weight-1 ¾ lb
-Description- Same glaze as # 10 but without as bad of bubbling. Still, it is not recommended for food use due to possible flaking. Great for wrapped candies, making a god-jar, or anything else you can think of for a round little pot.

#16-Octopus pot
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1615.jpg
-Price- $10
-2 pieces
-5 ½ in tall by 5 ½ in wide by 7 ½ in long
-weight- 1 3/8 lb
-Description- When my teacher saw this, he asked me if I was making a bong. No, it is not drug paraphernalia, just a funky little teapot that got nicknamed OctoBong. It does pour (just not very well). If you like octopuses wearing hats, this is the piece for you. The glaze did some wonky stuff on the outside, but inside is waterproof and food safe. Standard safeties apply, though you may wish to hand wash it.

#17-Alien canopic jar
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1621.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1622.jpg
-Price- $14
-2 pieces
-7 in tall by 3 ½ in wide
-weight- 1 ¾ lb
-Description- Since sculpting a hawk head is beyond me, I made an alien head instead. Bit on the heavy side but the brains came out lovely. In the top of the lid is a scooped out hollow for the brains (really its just molten glass, but I like the romance of alien brains instead). Lid fits well with a bit of wiggle room. Its safe in every regard, so you should buy it and put your coffee in it and say it’s the cremated remains of Swonduke Szarrli the Third, emperor of the Krubnik galaxy. Sadly, he doesn’t come in decaf.

#18-Blue wide pot
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1611.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_16102.jpg
-Price- $12
-~8 in wide by 4 in tall
-mouth measures 5 ¾ in
-weight- 3 lb
-Description- Not much to say. I was going to make a lid and ran out of time. There are dark blue raised lumps of glaze on the outside that make great texture, and some lumps on the inside that feel nice. Suppose it could be a well for a nemeton, but I leave uses up to the buyer. One of my better efforts.

#19-Griffin pot
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1607.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1608.jpg
-Price- $20
-2 pieces
-~7 in tall by 8 in wide by 7 ¾ in deep
-weight- 3 ¾ lb
-Description- I’m insanely proud of this one. Despite some flaws like a thin bottom and a funky spot on the belly, it came out pretty nice. The wings are the handles, though the tail is sturdy enough to support it. The lid is hand built and loose in the mouth. It was originally a pitcher but kinda changed in translation. It’s a lucky griffin because even though I dropped the lid twice while making it (you can see the notches in the throat) it didn’t break or deform anything important. Waterproof but pours like a leaky hose. Probably better to use it for something other than liquid.

#20-The Thingie
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1624.jpg
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1623.jpg
-Price- $30
-6 in tall by 11 in long by 10 in wide
-weight- 7 ½ lb
-Description- I have no clue what it is. Not a single one. I can tell you about it, like the melted glass in the bottom and carved spirals and the donut supporting a bottomless pot I glazed in place, but I have no idea what its supposed to do. Even if you don’t buy it, feel free to tell me what it is.
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« Reply #2: August 15, 2010, 04:08:12 pm »

Welcome to the Cauldron Support Sale!

My name is Erinnightwalker and I make ceramic pieces. Since I have a distinct surplus, and since the Cauldron needs some support, I am offering my pieces here. Once they are gone, they are gone- no commissions will be taken in this thread. All profit will go to the Cauldron.

Wow!  That you very much!
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« Reply #3: August 15, 2010, 04:12:39 pm »

Wow!  That you very much!
^_^ Its my contribution to the effort.
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#20-The Thingie
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http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc84/erinnightwalker/Ecauldron%20Sale/08-14-10_1623.jpg
-Price- $30
-6 in tall by 11 in long by 10 in wide
-weight- 7 ½ lb
-Description- I have no clue what it is. Not a single one. I can tell you about it, like the melted glass in the bottom and carved spirals and the donut supporting a bottomless pot I glazed in place, but I have no idea what its supposed to do. Even if you don’t buy it, feel free to tell me what it is.

Given the tiny hole in the center, I think it's a huge-ass incense burner.  That's what I'd use it for, anyway. 

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« Reply #5: August 15, 2010, 08:57:33 pm »

#11-Carved blue jar

How about a libation vessel?  (assuming I will be drinking the water).
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« Reply #6: August 16, 2010, 11:09:42 am »

How about a libation vessel?  (assuming I will be drinking the water).
Should be fine Smiley If its plain water, you probably would only need a bottle brush small enough to fit in it. I know the pictures are a bit bad, but the designs are mostly curved carved lines and straight rows of dots that highlighted in a light blue color. The top of the neck is a little rough but it did glaze thoroughly, so water is fine. It just wouldn't hold very much.
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Just to check - are all the pieces listed still available?  How will you distinguish the sold pieces from the available ones?

I have no money at the moment, but I'll definitely buy some early next year - you have some truly beautiful stuff!
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« Reply #8: December 23, 2010, 11:01:37 pm »

Just to check - are all the pieces listed still available?  How will you distinguish the sold pieces from the available ones?

I have no money at the moment, but I'll definitely buy some early next year - you have some truly beautiful stuff!

They are all still available. Matter of fact, I had almost forgotten about this thread >.> If and when something sells, a revised list of the remaining numbers will be posted. Plus, if it really gets going, I might put up the new pieces that are cluttering up my available flat surfaces XD
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« Reply #9: January 11, 2011, 01:09:08 am »

They are all still available. Matter of fact, I had almost forgotten about this thread >.> If and when something sells, a revised list of the remaining numbers will be posted. Plus, if it really gets going, I might put up the new pieces that are cluttering up my available flat surfaces XD

Heh, alright.  I'll be contacting you in a couple months, then - these are wonderful pieces, and once I know how much cash I have to throw around, I'll certainly be purchasing.
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« Reply #10: January 11, 2011, 01:39:54 am »

Heh, alright.  I'll be contacting you in a couple months, then - these are wonderful pieces, and once I know how much cash I have to throw around, I'll certainly be purchasing.

You may not be able to see me, but I am dancing on my couch right now ^_^
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