porcelain wheel and cog ornamentsby Lisa Jones
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Celebrate the forward momentum of the festive season by decorating the tree with these mechanically inclined wheel and cog ornaments. Made amongst the evergreens of Portland, Oregon, each piece of high-fired porcelain is cast from vintage machine parts, and hangs from a 6" jute cord. A great holiday gift for engineers, auto buffs or steampunk enthusiasts.
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- Made from
- jute twine, porcelain
- Wheel: 3" L x 0.5" W; Cog: 2.75" L x 2.75" W x 1" D; Each ornament comes with a 6" jute cord for hanging
- Hand wash only.
- the maker
With a desire to work with her hands, Lisa Jones formed Pigeon Toe Ceramics with a vision to design uniquely beautiful objects. From their base in Southeast Industrial Portland, the artisans and visionaries at Pigeon Toe produce works of art that are meant to become heirlooms, not "hassles." With a strong sense of ethics and quality control, Jones created a collection that brings only the finest hand-crafted products into the home - products that are modern but, nonetheless, timeless. Every harmonious piece has its own personal value, function and aesthetic appeal, "Because life is too short to be surrounded by anything less than beautiful." And beauty comes in many forms, so there are always new objects to discover and a story to accompany each one.
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Comments about Porcelain Wheel and Cog Ornaments:
these arrived broken. Uncommon good did replace them/ these arrived as plain clay, unglazed, am\nd maybe unfired. very fragile. I'm going to glaze them and take them to a potter to fire them I would not recommend them for hangin on a tree. they will definately break.
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