Category Archives: Pottery

Feastware for Uluric de Exeforde

Over the summer, I completed a commission for Uluric de Exeforde where he requested his device and badge on a set of plates. I drafted up a couple of designs to unify the set, he picked his favorite and I set to work painting!

I’m happy with how the set turned out, but the yellow could have used an extra 3 or 4 coats of paint.

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Here’s the original design:

Draft design

Draft Design

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More Pottery

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I have continued making gifts of pottery to some of my closest friends, and now it seems I am getting commissions for such! In light of these events, I have created a FaceBook page for “Kataryn’s Heraldric Feastware,” where you can find some information on the options available.

Below are pictures of the work I have completed thus far:

 

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Apprenticeship Ceremony

On January 25th, 2014, at Market Day at Birka in Manchester, NH, I became apprenticed to Mistress Vienna de la Mer. Below are pictures of the event, taken by Cateline la Broderesse.



Paint your own pottery

I have also been going to a local paint-your-own-pottery studio and creating works of art! Ok, well, they’re decent, but not quite works of art. I started with a plate and bowl for myself, then moved on to gifts for others.

Below are pictures from this past Saturday, East Kingdom’s Twelfth Night, where I presented the King and Queen with plates of their arms:

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