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Dogs: Pottery Destroyers

Posted on: November 14, 2011

In the last week my newest dog has broken 2 pieces of pottery! She was calm for a while but now goes a little nutty especially when left alone in the house.

The first piece was the piece I have been carving the lacey pattern into that was photographed in the last blog post. After coming home from shopping I found pieces of it scattered about the house. I was still working on carving it and it was wrapped in a plastic bag on a table top. She apparently thought it would make a good chew toy! I can reuse the clay but it cannot be salvaged as a piece 😦

The second piece was a finished piece sitting on display in the house and was found knocked over. It is from a time when I was doing a lot of floral thrown pieces that had very thin delicate parts on top. The delicate part is of course what broke off. I was never a real fan of this piece, it just didn’t come out how I wanted, but my mother liked it.

Here are some pictures of the damage as well as a picture of another piece I am doing some sgrafitto work on, that I am keeping in a much high place. I am also including a picture of the angel responsible 😉

1 Response to "Dogs: Pottery Destroyers"

My Hubby and I absolutely love pottery, and yours looks great! I like to find local pottery makers so that we can buy their goods and support their art form.
see you on SB!
Candace – knclodge
(SB – gain blog readers and comments swap)

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