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How we do it
terracotta pieces with sculptural additions are made to be both admired
AND used. The critters are firmly attached, and when used like any
other fine work, will stay secure. Each piece is hand painted and
glazed; and has been fired once to bisque (harden) it, and a second
time after paint and glaze has been applied.
work is foodsafe; we recommend hand washing only. Food can be warmed
in it, but we do not recommend cooking in it.
We have been shipping Cape Breton Clay all over North America (and sometimes Europe) for eight years. The cost of shipping, which is paid by the buyer, depends on the size and quantity of pottery ordered, and the destination. We have had excellent results and each piece is packed very carefully. In the unlikely event something should happen during shipping, the work can be returned within 30 days for exchange. If we have the bowl or platter you want, it should not take more than a week to get it moving to you in the mail. If the work needs to be made, we would estimate how long it would take.
it is unlikely the work will be damaged in transit, if the worst should
happen, you could contact us as soon as possible (within 30 days)
to arrange a replacement. Please note that this work is hand made,
and that there may be some small variation between work shown here
and what you receive. It is impossible for the work to match these
images exactly given the colour limits of photography and computer
accept VISA, MASTERCARD, money orders, travellers'
cheques and certified cheques.
Margaree Valley location open 7 days/week
June- late October 10 am-5 pm
Chimney Corner open Monday to Saturday in late June, 7 days per week 10-5pm
July and August except Sundays 11-5pm,
September 7days 10-5pm, Sundays 11-5pm.
Prices of our bowls and platters and other things range from $39-$495 depending on size, type and complexity.
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