Pied Potter Hamelin
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The beauty of the wholesome forms of antique American redware first attracted Rick Hamelin in 1979. Since then he’s been researching the historical potters and their techniques, creating his own redware which is brought “home” for its timeless beauty and functionality. When you, as a patron, share a corner of your home with Rick’s redware, you create your own story. Will you cook in it or display it, enjoying it for its sheer beauty? Will you smile when you hold the mug in your hands while drinking tea with your friend? The reasons why you buy it and with whom you share it is the culmination of his work. Color and form derived from history is the basis why his pottery will bring pleasure and comfort to your daily life.
Rick has taught and worked in museums and art centers and is currently demonstrating pottery and lecturing throughout Massachusetts.
We enjoyed meeting everyone who came to
Walker Homestead’s New England Christmas by the hearthside.
Thank you for an extremely successful show. Happy Holidays!
|Ordering Information - Pied Potter Hamelin Pottery|
|Redware Banks, Creamers, Candle Sticks, Salt Cellars|
|Buy Now - Goblets, Mugs, Teacups, Tygs, Yarn Holders|
|Buy Now - Creamers, Soap Jugs, Sugar Jars|
|Buy Now - Bottles, Bowls, Butter Churns, Pitchers|
|Buy Now - Jars, Jugs|
|Buy Now - Chargers, Plates, Platters and Trenchers|
|Available Now - Kulina Folk Art - Plates|
|Available Now - Kulina Folk Art - Platters, Chargers and Trenchers|
|Available Now - Kulina Folk Art - Thrown Wares|
|Online Order Form|
|Squiggles & Dots Gold on Red Slipware|
|Squiggles & Dots Gold on Black Slipware|
|Squiggles & Dots Black on Red Slipware|
|Spangles and Daubs|
|Spangles on Gold|
|Santas and Dragons|
|Plates - Line Patterns|
|Plates - Plants & Animal Patterns|
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