Our Process

The process begins with a block of clay, sourced from suppliers in the Pacific Northwest. It's then wedged and prepared to be thrown. Once a form is thrown, it sits to dry for 2-5 days. After it's dry enough to handle, but not fully dry, the piece is turned upside down and the bottom is hand trimmed. When it's fully dry, the piece is bisque fired at 1900 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 12 hours. After the bisque firing, wax is applied to the bottom of each piece, dipped in glaze, and fired again at 2200 degrees for 24 hours. 

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Meet Taylor

Hi! I'm Taylor of Taylor Paige Pottery. I grew up in a small town near Astoria, Oregon, where the art community is strong. Ever since I can remember, I was drawn to making -- sewing, baking, drawing, and painting. I learned ceramics in my high school art class and I was hooked.

I've been throwing on and off for over 12 years. After making pots for myself, friends, and family, I decided to launch an online store to sell small batches of my work.

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