Quicksilver’s Pirate Pots

Quicksilver’s Pirate Pots

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Captain Morrigan Quicksilver

Mark Heimann, Studio Pirate er, Potter

aka Captain Morrigan Quicksilver

Quicksilver’s Pirate Pots

Read the following yarn before placin’ yer order!

I have changed my online sales venue from PayPal to an "Etsy" Store.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork

Etsy has descriptions, prices, and multiple images of specific items that are ready to purchase ship. 
There are still many large or "themed" pieces here, and you are welcome to contact me for availability.   

Quicksilver@PiratePots.com

Quicksilver’s Pirate Pots

Due to unfavorable chemical tides I can no longer offer the lichen green glaze.
All shapes still available, fer certain, but in Black Pearl or Iron Red only.
I’ll be updating me pictures soon. Thank ye fer yer understanding and support!

Tankard

Tankard

At the height of barroom antics and other such revelry, any self-respecting pirate needs a hardy mug that will last the night.

All available tanakards, in Black Pearl or Iron Red, are listed on my Etsy Store site:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Tankard page for more information.

Super Tankard

Sometimes a rascal has to have a big vessel to quench a big thirst. Super Tankards be schooner size in a dinghy world.

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Super Tankard page for more information.

Super Tankard
Tumbler

Tumbler

“Arrrrrr! Shiver me Tumblers!!”

Ye’ll be spoutin’ pirate talk right off, it’s built in.

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Tumbler page for more information.

Jug

Perfect for storing yer favorite poison! For those late-night raids and the wild gallivanting that follows, make sure ye are properly armed with one of these jugs.

Go to the Jug page or Parlay with Quicksilver fer yer own variations.

Jug

Rum Jug

Rum Jug

Avast! Th’ fine script on the side o’ this jug will lay to rest any question what be contained therein!

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Rum Jug page for more information.

Story Jug

Yar, a story fer the ages be inscribed on this here jug! Hoist it an’ tell the world the tales ye been spinnin’!

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Story Jug page for more information.

Story Jug
Warning Shots

Warning Shots

I calls these “warning shots” because they are much bigger than yer standard landlubber shot glass. So be warned, mate!

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Warning Shots page for more information.

Groggard

These hybrid jugs be a cross between a tankard and a jug.

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Groggard page for more information.

Groggard

Bowl

Bowl

After a cold and rainy day at sea, any pirate with a brain in his skull or feeling in his hands will welcome a hearty bowl of soup or slumgullion stew served in one of these sturdy bowls.

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Bowl page for more information.

Onion Bottle

These bottles are my interpretation of a 17th Century glass vessel, designed short in stature with a wide bottom to be stable on a table if the high seas be rollin’ the ship a bit.

Ye may purchase these fine wares at me Etsy Store:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LostMountainClaywork, or go to the Onion Bottle page for more information.

Onion Bottle

Preparin’ fer a firing

Preparin' fer a firin...

Quicksilver Sketch

Every piece is designed and made here at Lost Mountain, by me own hand. I use clay blended from stoneware and porcelain that will weather the storms of time, hard use, savage dishwashers, and the infernal microwave. I fire the work in electric, gas, or wood-fueled kilns. It’s sturdy, and built to last. Don’t be afraid to hoist it, enjoy it, use it!

I formulate me own glazes here at Lost Mountain — they contain no lead or harmful materials (if ye put rum or other nefarious substances in yer mug or jug that’s yer own business, me bucko!)

Inventory varies with season and the tides of ongoing shows. If ye be curious about the availability of a particular piece, send me a note and we’ll parlay.

Custom Requests?
I’ll consider 'em. Acceptance depends on the nature of yer proposition...
50% non-refundable deposit required.

 

Mark Heimann
Lost Mountain Clayworks
PO Box 280
Estacada, Oregon 97023
Phone: (503) 631-8686
Email: mark@lostmountainclayworks.com

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