Castle Hill Ceramic Tumbler - French Ship

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Castle Hill Ceramic Tumbler - French Ship

24.99

Handmade pottery tumbler depicting a French sailing ship, an icon of the Castle Hill National Historic Site. This functional pottery line is meant to be used and to last. The pieces are very durable and are dishwasher friendly. However, they should not be placed in the microwave as this may cause the finishing glaze to become quite hot. Measures approximately 4.33" high by 3" in diametre. Made in Newfoundland.

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Artist Biography
Linda Yates and David Hayashida of King's Point Pottery are award-winning artists who have been crafting pottery together since 1992. Inspired by the incredible wildlife, landscapes and history of their outport community on Green Bay, NL, their work truly stands out.

In 2003, Yates and Hayashida began experimenting with a specialized Salt/Soda kiln. The firing process uses a mixture of salt water drawn from the nearby ocean sprayed with soda ash into the kiln at 2300 degree Fahrenheit. The results are one-of-a-kind pieces with stunning colours, unique textures and visual effects.         

King’s Point Pottery is based in King’s Point, located in central Newfoundland and Labrador.