i noticed your entire website is sold out, when will you be restocking?

typically my website restocks are once every couple months! my next restock will be announced on my socials, as well as listed here once a date has been decided. if you're looking for something in particular, you're more than welcome to reach out about placing a commission as well!

*** i've unfortunately been MIA for a while now following an epilepsy diagnosis. taking on epilepsy in battle, accepting my diagnosis and all of the life changes that come with it have had me away from the wheel and my studio. recently, i've been blessed with the health and ability to start coming back. baby steps. it's truly been a journey of healing and self acceptance. i'm returning slowly, and at my own pace. so thankful for each and every one of you who's reached out and sent your love! and thank you all for your patience while i'm taking time for myself before returning to accepting orders or restocking my shop!

how long does it take to create a piece?

handmade pottery is a delicate process, so i like to give pieces anywhere from 6-10 weeks to be made from start to finish. this timeline is dependant on the complexity of the piece, kiln availability, and how many ongoing projects i currently have. this timeline also allows room for error or improvement without rushing the unique designs of each piece.

do you offer shipping outside of hamilton/the gta? if so, how much does it cost?

i do! shipping is calculated based on the weight and size of the package, as well as the distance it will be traveling. i offer shipping across canada, but can also ship internationally upon request.

is my pottery microwave or dishwasher safe?

yes! once glazed, ceramics are fired at temperatures over 2200°F. this means that each piece is microwave and dishwasher safe, unless otherwise specified. please note though, pieces are at risk of temperature shock and can crack if going from hot-cold or cold-hot too quickly. for example, if boiling water is poured in a cold mug. handwashing is also recommended as it is generally more gentle.

do you offer pottery classes?

while classes are something i would love to offer in the future, i do not currently have the capacity and would also like to grow in my personal experience first! if you're interested in taking classes though, shoot me a message and i can recommend some incredible teachers!

do you do pottery full time / will you go full time?

not at the moment! i do hope to do pottery full time in the future, but for right now i'm working full time and doing pottery evenings and weekends.