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Tiny Ceramic Pots by Sara Pilchman

Tiny Ceramic Pots by Sara Pilchman

Sara Pilchman

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Elevate your home decor with Tiny Ceramic Pots by Sara Pilchman. Hand-thrown with unique variations, these pots come in three basic shapes (bottlenecks have small openings, dishes are low, wide bowls, and vases are tall with larger openings) and a variety of colors. Add a touch of artistry to your space while supporting a small business. 

  • Note: Each pot Sara makes is unique. The images show examples of Sara's tiny pots, not the exact ones you will receive. We will choose at random for you. If you have a particular preference (color or style), put that in the order notes at checkout and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
  • Product type: Planter
  • Shipping Dimensions: 5.0 × 5.0 × 5.0 inches  (12.7 × 12.7 × 12.7 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.37 lb (6.0 oz; 170 g)
  • SKU010002610

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    Small Business

  • Pink Heart with Female Symbol

    Woman Owned Business

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    Made in USA

Sara Pilchman Ceramics

About the Craftsman

Sara Pilchman

Sara Pilchman was born and raised in Long Beach, CA where she first got her taste of ceramics as a child in the early 90s.  As a teen, she attended Idyllwild Arts Academy as an Interdisciplinary Arts major focusing on music and creative writing, but graduated with her love of ceramics reignited. She left for Juniata College, a small liberal arts school with an historical arts program in Central Pennsylvania, graduating with a degree in Museums Studies and Visual Storytelling with secondary emphases in Theater and Philosophy.

Sara returned to Long Beach in 2012, where she worked as an arts educator, exhibitions coordinator, curator, and ceramics studio manager. Sara's business, Sara Pilchman Ceramics, began in 2014 as a dishware and barware company. In 2019, "TinyPots" emerged and has since grown into an international wholesale pottery company.

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