Andretta got me Addicted to Slip Trailing

    In September 2018, I went to Andretta, Himachal Pradesh (India), to primarily learn two skills: a) create slip trailed designs, and b) make low fired glazes. Andretta pottery, set up originally by Sardar Gurcharan Singh, works primarily with terracotta clay. They extensively use four colored slips – white, blue, green and brown –…

45. Glazed Terracotta Jug and Glasses

I have always wanted a big jug, for those days when one needs close to unlimited supply of lemonade or just flavored mint/tulsi water. Glazed Terracotta Jug and Glasses This set was made in the beautiful artist village of Andretta, Himachal Pradesh, India. Decorated with the famous ‘Neela Thota’ glaze of Andretta Pottery, these wheel…

43. Lovely Little Jars

Two lovely little jars to serve your precious chutneys, pickles and sauces. Wheel thrown pots Stoneware clay

42. Set of five handcrafted bowls

A set of five handcrafted honey brown ceramic bowls. The perfectly rolled rim gives extra strength and a neat finish to the bowl; and carefully trimmed high foot ensures easy handling. These bowls combine function with aesthetics. Enjoy a steaming soup or munch snacks out of it, these bowls can serve a variety of purposes…

41. My Favorite Coffee Mugs

  Coffee Mugs. Overlapping two glazes to create a dripping pattern on the mug. 10.5 cm Height, 7.5 cm Mouth 2018 Stoneware

40. Peek-a-boo

Tea mugs. many Japanese potters leave a part of the tea mugs unglazed, to remind people of the material – earth – it is made of. a design inspired by that tradition. peek-a-boo. 2018 Stoneware


Bowl; Glazed inside, red iron oxide and slip trailing on the outside 2017 Stoneware 4.2 x 4.5 inches


  Water Jar 2017 Stoneware 8.7 x 5.8 inches


  Pitcher 2018 Stoneware 7.5 x 5 inches


Wheel thrown tea set Glazed using engobes and clear glaze Stoneware, 2016


Wheel thrown mugs 2017 Stoneware 3.7 x 3 inches  


Bowl set; Wheel work 2017 Stoneware 5.5 x 2.5 inches