Location: Lansdowne - Fulltime, Lansdowne Park · Vendor Since: 2017
Vendor(s): Doug Moir
Telephone Number:
(613) 831-4121
Payment Methods:
cash, visa, mastercard

Product Type:
Crafts & Personal Care Products


Hand made functional pottery:
soup tureens
berry dishes
tea pots
garlic pots

About Duginthemud Pottery

I am a potter working in Ottawa. I work in stoneware, all of my glazes are food safe, and all my pieces are oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe. I teach all levels of wheel thrown pottery. I have been making pottery for over 25 years, and have sold thousands of pieces over those years. Nothing tastes better than fresh food eaten out of a hand made bowl or plate. Even the best coffee tastes better out of a hand made mug. I also do custom order pots, to make your pieces or your gifts extra special. For a sampling of my work, please visit my website at duginthemud.com


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