Every piece of my work is made by hand.

My original ceramic glaze formulas use crushed Adirondack rock dust as an ingredient. My glazes are literally made from the mountains. There will be slight variations in sizes and colors because everything is hand made.

Uncompromising craftmanship and attention to detail makes the work suitable for daily use and heirloom quality collectors. All my work is microwave and dishwasher safe. It will last for generations if properly cared for.

 

peter2010

Adirondack Rockware

Peter Shrope Studio

P.O. Box 36

473 County Route 60

Rainbow Lake, New York, 12976

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Wedging clay Glazing Loading large in the kiln

 

 Coil and throw a large vessel.
 
 Dry throw and trim a closed form vase.

 

Adirondack North Country Guide.

Very nice blog about my work.

The first kiln I built was a high temperature wood fired kiln. I've dug and processed clay from my backyard and now use local rock dust in my work. I've been working with clay for over 40 years. I studied with master potters Vivika and Otto Heino.

 

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