Pitcher with Incised Surface

With a rope like handle and a texture surface this pitcher will hold any cold or hot beverage or serve as water pitcher at dinner. Copper glazes developed by Sixth Ring Studio…. Size 7.25 x 6.5 deep x 5.5 wide Holds 40 oz


Graspable Tumblers Set#4

This group of 6 tumblers can be purchased in various quantities. Liner is red glazed with three nominally blue glazes sprayed over exterior giving a subtle blue to blue green color to brown variable exterior. (2 for $35; 3 for $55; 4 for $60;) …12 oz pours. 4″ tall x 4″ wide


Temoku tumblers

These glasses could be used for wine, an aperitif or digestif. Deep brown color of the temoku glaze adds a rich color to any table. ($25 pair) THREE LEFT… 3 inch tall by about 3.5 inches wide with 3 inch opening, 8 oz pour


Graspable tumblers Set #2

Group of three tumblers with persimmon liner glaze and a sprayed on red persimmon variation exterior that gives a deep red. 8 to 10 oz pours. ($35 for pair; $50 for all three)… 4″tall x 3.25″ widest


Graspable Tumblers Set #3

This group of 7 tumblers can be purchased in various quantities (check for pricing). Liner is a green variation on a Persimmon Glaze with two glazes sprayed over exterior giving a subtle blue green color to brown variable exterior. ($35 for pair; $55 for 3; $60 for 4; $100 for all Seven) … 3.25″ to 3.75″ tall x 4″ to 4.5″ wide ~12 oz pours


Compassion Mugs

Solid white glaze on a solid white clay the coloring is a nod to the simple diner coffee mug, just not so simple, as life seems to go. In these complicated times a simple approach might be one of Compassion. 10-12 oz pour, 4” tall and 5-6 inches across at the handle. TWO LEFT


Japanese inspired Tea Cups/white

Utilizing the Japanese kangi for compassion. These tea cups follow the Japanese tradition of handle less tea cups. White with soft black symbol.


Japanese inspired Tea Cups/dark

Utilizing the Japanese kangi for compassion. These tea cups follow the Japanese tradition of handle less tea cups. A dark ochre clay with black symbol.


Two toned medium Plates

These plates at 8 inches across make for a great daily lunch plate or dessert plates for a special occasion. Priced individually, up to 7 plates are available, with the potential for up to seven now.


Kitchen flat working bowl

This functional small flat bowl with a spout is best used for dry ingredients in cooking or baking. 5.5″ x 1″


Tea bag caddy

Just 2 inches across, this little plate holds a used tea bag, or potentially a used spoon


Roped Rim large bowl

The dark ochre clay exterior is contrasted with the deep blue interior, highlighted by the oversized “rim handle”. 10.5 inches wide 5 inches tall


Red lined ochre bowl

Large serving bowl with a deep red interior, raw clay exterior. 5″ tall x 11.25 ” dia


Bound together in a common humanity mixing bowl set

As a part of the exhibit on the Moral Universe, this 3 bowl set represent communities “roped ” in this together. Deep red interior. Based on an interpretation of late 19th-early 20th Century mixing bowls. Sold as a set. Individual sales possible. Contact Peter at Sixth Ring Ceramics for a discussion of separate pieces. 5.5″ tall x 11.5″dia; 4.25″ x 9″dia; 3″tall x 7.5″ dia


MD Vase

This relatively large vase is covered in a Malcolm Davis glaze. It’s presence on a side table with or without flowers makes a statement. The liner is a Sixth Ring Ceramic developed glaze. 9 inches tall 7 inches across


Pineapple inspired vessel

A unique inspiration from pineapples which has become a very popular item This vessel would make a striking vase on the table or a utilities tool holder next to the stove.


Small Vase

Simple vase. It has potential for those small hands that bring flowers in from the yard. 4.5 ” tall x 3.75″wide


Homage to Dave the slave potter (Dave Drake)

(see gallery) Some years ago I was gifted a book, Carolina Clay by Leonard Todd, after doing a workshop in South Carolina. The book was an historical story, piecing together what is known about an accomplished slave potter known as Dave. He is remembered due to his literacy, skill and the short couplets and statements he inscribed on his large functional pots. There is a connection across centuries, social status and race that I felt reading about Dave. This is my homage to a relatively unknown skilled functional potter who used the power of language to enhance his work in a time when that was dangerous. 20″ tall x 21″ widest


Vase, a study in Geometry

This vase uses basic angles and curves, Eight and a half tall and 3.5 inches at the wide. the is a simple set of forms that could adorn a coffee table in the hall with flowers in season.


Dripping Clay Vase-

This 9.5 inch vase uses the bare ochre and porcelain clay to speak for itself. Lined in a blue glaze it has a striking shape that makes a statement of it’s own.


Dripping Vase #2

A response to the first Dripping Vase, reversing the clay bodies used


Piano Vase

This tall vase would play well with a musician, particularly a pianist


Elliptical Caledon Vase

Using a traditional celadon glaze with a nontraditional form