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Halima Cassell, Pa-Kua, gallery Joanna Bird / Oooooh man, this #ceramic vessel looks like sandcarved glass! So incredible.

Halima Cassell, Pa-Kua, gallery Joanna Bird - Oooooh man, this ceramic vessel looks like sandcarved glass! So incredible.

Yazımıza başlamadan önce şu konuda hem fikiriz ki sigara sağlığa zararlıdır. Yok sağlıklı değil, yok içen de ölüyor içmeyen de ölüyor demeye hiç gerek yok. Birbirimizi de kandırmayalım. Sigara dediğimiz şey hem cebe hem de sağlığa zarar. İçenlerin bir an önce bırakması, içmeyenlerin asla başlamaması gerekli. “Demesi kolay” diyebilirsiniz. Evet maalesef sadece demesi kolay, uygulaması pek kolay değil. Bu da hep bağımlılıktan işte.

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I have admired Dutch designer Aldo Bakker’s beautiful tableware for years and recently came across his site to discover some newer designs. They are all so lovely. If I had one, I'd probably keep i...

I have admired Dutch designer Aldo Bakker’s beautiful tableware for years and recently came across his site to discover some newer designs. They are all so lovely. If I had one, I'd probably keep i...

I'd totes use this for tea time ahaha

Funny pictures about Creative cup design. Oh, and cool pics about Creative cup design. Also, Creative cup design photos.

Beautiful Carved Pot.  The previous "pinner" didn't give the name, but this is such a pretty piece of work.  Love the "pleating."

Carved Sculptural Ceramic Pottery Vessel: Creamy Porcelain Could this be done with polymer clay?

Listening to the Waves (Choto)

"Listening to Waves" vase, Heisei period 2004 Sakiyama Takayuki (Japanese, born Sand-glazed stoneware. Titled "Listening to Waves," ceramic sculpted by potter Sakiyama Takayuki

Newbie succulents getting planted for the last weekend of @renegadecraft.  This succulent is a haworthia type more commonly referred to as a "zebra plant." It's one of my faves.  The carving is also new.  Waves for the summer.

Carve - dip in cream glaze - wipe surface. This succulent is a haworthia more commonly referred to as a "zebra plant.

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