Clam Lab Nonagon Plate

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"I can make a few per day, periodically working the clay at just the right moment of dryness in between other projects. An assistant prepares the slabs and coils of clay so that I can be more efficient. Then the are dried, fired, glazed, and fired again. If they are bling-y, a meticulous application of precious metal luster precedes a third firing. In my mind they are 'easy,' but they do take some time." - Clam Lab owner Clair Catillaz

Photo courtesy of Clam Lab

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