- Accepts Etsy gift cards
This is a wonky white stoneware goblet or wine glass. It is wheel thrown, trimmed, textured, and carved, with a hand built pedestal foot. It is signed and dated, glazed in glossy green and plum glazes, and electric fired to about 2210 degrees Fahrenheit.
This piece measures approximately 8 1/4 inches tall and 4 3/4 inches wide at the mouth. It can safely hold about 20 fluid ounces.
Contact me with any questions.
Payment must be received before shipping. Customers who opt to pick up their order from me directly may also pay in person.
Cancellations can be made up to 24 hours after purchase.
Domestic orders (USA):
I ship items within 1-3 business days, though usually it will be closer to one day than three. Please check the listing and/or your invoice for shipping times. All shipping times are estimates.
I mostly ship via USPS but will opt for FedEx for larger/heavier packages, as they are more cost effective. All orders are insured but if signature confirmation is required please let me know.
Customers who are local to Lincoln may pick up their order - contact me for more information.
You are responsible for all duty, customs, or any other charges imposed by your country above and beyond the USPS (United States Postal Service) postal charges that you already paid. These may be due when you pick up your package.
All items are packed with the utmost care -- wrapped in bubble wrap, air bags, and double boxed when necessary. I want you to receive your order in one piece! If the order breaks in the mail I will work with you to file a claim.
I use a combination of new and clean, reused packing materials.
I do not include any sort of receipt or invoice in my packages - one can be printed from your Etsy order.
It's requested so rarely that you should just ask.
HAHA NOPE. If you've ever seen one of my wrapped packages you'd probably pay me to ensure that I don't wrap your purchase. I make things out of clay, not paper and ribbon.
Eh, not real excited about it.
I do not produce work for wholesale.
Gallery or other venue:
Maybe. Contact me for more information.
lol sure, in this hell world of monopolies having all of your information and then some, an artist on Etsy is gonna be real shady with your info. GTFOH.