Posts Tagged ‘pottery’

Late Summer Weddings

posted: 31 month ago by Becky Henderson  |  No Comments ;

This week, MountainMade celebrated the upcoming, weekend wedding of one of its employees. As we considered the appropriate staff gift to purchase, we realized that there are still several opportunities for summer weddings before the leaves begin to turn. For these occasions, we’ve selected a few gifts you might want to consider.

Ron Hinkle’s hand-blown glassware is a favorite of wedding couples. These ice screamers, which come in a variety of colors, will serve many sweet treats.

The bride and groom might enjoy Jeff Fetty’s calla lily candlesticks. These candlesticks are his original design and are made from iron, finished in natural black and range in height from 18 to 20 inches. Sold in sets of three, these candlesticks make an elegant display for the couple’s mantle or table. Add a MountainMade taper candle.

MountainMade recently received an order from our potter, Lambros. He creates functional pottery pieces in a variety of popular colors. His coffee mugs, soup cups, casseroles, bowls, etc., are certain to be enjoyed for years to come.

But if it’s Blenko you want to give, MountainMade will have a new selection by Friday. Check the website or give us a call.
Late Summer Weddings

Got the January Blues?

posted: 38 month ago by Becky Henderson  |  No Comments ;

MountainMade has the January Blues. Not the after holidays let down, but new Keith Lahti blue pottery pieces.

This week we’re featuring the Keith’s pottery that did not arrive in time for Holiday sales. Maybe you or someone you know needs a treat. These egg separators are cute and functional. How about an egg-whites only omelet?

The large blue bowl could hold all kinds of healthy, or not so healthy, snacks for watching sports or movies. The Super Bowl isn’t that far away.

The blue oval tray has a variety of uses from serving sliced fruit to a pile of nachos.

But if you just want to settle in with your favorite book, enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or tea in this big blue mug

No matter what your plans for January, check out Keith’s other pieces on the website. If you are traveling to Tucker County for this holiday weekend, stop in and see for yourself.

Blue Keith Lahti pottery pieces.

Blue Keith Lahti pottery pieces.