These are the "blank" pots to choose from at this time. I will add to them as I make
more. All sizes are stated first in height and then circumference. I do think my prices are very reasonable. You
will find them much more expensive, and truth be told, the artists that charge more deserve it. You are paying for their
skill and one-of-a-kind product that takes time throwing, drying, trimming, drying, applying terra sigalata, buffing, firing.
Then there is the re-firing and pulling out a really HOT pot and placing the hair, cooling time, cleaning, waxing and buffing.
Then the time making any hair attachment look nice, with wire and beads ect. Then there is the time spent getting the
packing materials, the actual packing time and trip to post office and waiting in line. Then the fun of paying the taxes
required by the state. So don't begrudge other artists' pricing as too high. I come from a different perspective,
I'm older, 67,(69 now) this is not my income. I started doing it so I could send my profits (and more) to grandaughters
who were working their way through college as an emergency fund. They are now able to manage on their own so I can keep
what I make for future emergencies, or buy plants. But I have found that I really like to do this for you horse people
who love your horses so much. Also, I don't do perfect pots, life is too short for perfect. I do like them
nice and take pride in them but don't look for perfection "cause you ain't gonna find it here" Just an update,
one of the grandaughters is now going for respitory therapy and working also, so the next two years I'll give her my profits.