Flowers Plants and Trees

  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    A simple bowing oak branch bends at the rim of this sweet vase. The flowing lines of the hand-sculpted oak branch, oak leaf, and acorns drape across the form with graceful movement, while the teardrop-shaped cutout adds an element of whimsical discovery. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.  
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    This quintessential Arts and Crafts tile showcases the humble beauty of oak leaves and acorns. We offer this tile in three earthy glaze variations that stand alone or work nicely as a triptych. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    The Amaryllis Twists Vase reinterprets the twisting buds and elegant form of the long-retired Ephraim Pottery Perennial Vase. These buds represent an about-to-bloom amaryllis, the beloved flower that brightens our homes during long, monochromatic winters. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • The Athena Vase reinterprets one of our early pieces, the Greek Vase, on a smaller scale. A traditional Arts and Crafts leaf, bud, and teardrop motif encircles a timeless form, creating a pleasing symmetry. This piece is named for Athena, Greek goddess of inspiration and the arts. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    The Birch Vase invites our gaze to a window which perfectly frames a birch tree amidst a rolling landscape. The architectural detail on the form evokes the rounded timbers of the historic Greene & Greene architecture, enhancing the illusion that we are inside looking out. Full of contrast and offered in four striking colors, this vase makes a bold statement in any decor. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.  
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    Is there any flower more recognizable than the bleeding heart with their gently arching stems and characteristic flower? This beautiful tile captures its essence—complete with sweetness and nostalgia. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    Before leaves broaden and fruit forms, trees greet spring with their beautiful blooming branches. This vase celebrates the dramatic beauty of a single blooming branch, which rests on the shoulder of a subtle and elegant, architectural vase.

    Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.

  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    The edges of roadways, vacant lots, and other barren and rocky places are inhospitable to all but the toughest of plants. Where others may see weeds, we see wildflowers. The creamy white of Queen Anne's Lace plays off the cool blue of chicory, dainty petals mixing with woody stalks and spiky leaves. This piece celebrates the resilient kind of beauty that thrives despite long odds. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    A simple bowing pine branch bends at the rim of this sweet vase. The flowing lines of the hand-sculpted pine branch, pine cone, and pine needles drape across the form with a sense of graceful movement, while the teardrop-shaped cutout adds an element of whimsical discovery. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Because we lean away from technologies like molds, templates, and casts, each piece is wholly unique. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    Fields of poppy and lupine flowers bloom across California meadows from late February to April, their beautiful blossoms carpeting the valleys between mountains and hills to form iconic and stunning vistas. This regal tile features these two flowers rendered in rich and vibrant glaze colors. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.  
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    Cambria, California is a second home to our studio and the site of Ephraim Pottery West Coast Gallery. We are continually inspired by the breathtaking beauty of California’s Central Coast. This tile celebrates the iconic Monterey Pines that surround Cambria. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.
  • Handmade to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production.
    Since opening the Ephraim Pottery West Coast Gallery in Cambria, California in 2012, we have become more familiar with the variety of California’s natural beauty. Local customers encouraged us to create pottery that features their state flower, the California Poppy. Here, golden-edged orange poppies in low relief sculpture are the focal point of a circular composition and vignetted by a hammered texture. The 4-inch tile is glazed in a cheerful Aqua glaze with Teal edges to evoke the colors of the Pacific Ocean. Handmade to order. No two pieces of the same design look exactly alike, that’s part of the magic of handmade ceramics. Minor variations in size, decoration, color and finish are intrinsic to our pottery. Please expect and embrace the variation inherent in our process.

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