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An inlaid tonal landscape occupies the bottom window of this unique tile that coordinates with our classic craftsman rose motif. The two glaze options represent the same scene at different times of the day. The teal glaze option shows a small scene at dusk and the algae glaze option shows it again at
The small seaside town of Cambria, California holds a special place in our hearts as it is home to one of our two art pottery galleries. We often travel to Cambria—south of Big Sur and the Monterey Peninsula—and over the past five years have found bountiful inspiration from the area.
Since we opened Ephraim Pottery West in 2012, we have gotten more familiar with the variety of natural beauty in California. Our California customers have been encouraging us to create a piece featuring their state flower, the California Poppy. Here, golden-edged orange poppies dot the shoreline along the Pacific coast. -Hand
Ever-popular ginkgo leaves are showcased in geometric pattern reminiscent of a stained-glass window. The stylized design has a distinctly Prairie feel which is further enhanced by the earthy color palette. -Hand pressed from our artist-made molds & hand glazed -8″H x 4″W -Pumpkin glaze -Tile has a notch in the back for hanging Handmade to
You set out on a foggy morning with a mission to see something new. As you hike and hike up the mountain the secluded falls reward you with a beautiful scene. Two coastal redwoods guard the well-kept secret waterfall and ancient stony bridge. -hand pressed from our artist-made molds & hand
The octopus, a natural shapeshifter, moves fluidly under the wavy sea. This stylized tile celebrates the amorphous cephalopod and its watery habitat with sinuous, curving lines and cool-toned glaze combinations. -Hand pressed from our artist-made molds & hand glazed -4″H x 8″W or 8"H x 4" W -Tile has a notch in the
As the world awakens from a dormant winter, the chorus of chirping frogs in the ponds and marshes surrounds us with the song of spring. We invite you into our imagination with a pair of little leapers meeting amongst the lily pads. Our artists hand finish the sculpture of the