Clay and Ceramic Pottery
Goldcrafter's Corner currently offers the works of Sara Baker and Jason Silverman, both here in Pennsylvania, fabricated porcelain from Hilborn, stoneware from Always Azul, as well as some Silver Ridge, Wild Goose and a few others. All the pottery we carry is microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.
Hilborn is a Canadian artist specializing in hand-made porcelain designs of exceptional form and function.
These nationally-recognized wares are not only beautiful and versatile, but are oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe.
From olive dishes to serving trays, small pots and large plates, Hilborn has something everyone can use over and over again.
This cute little pot can be used for anything, and is especially handy for spreads, dips, and anything else you desire in small portions. Also makes the perfect sidekick for the Baguette Tray. Comes with a rosewood spoon. Approximately 3"x3"x1.5".
Oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe.
"I see the balance of function and beauty as an underlying guide to all of my pottery..."
All Jason Silverman's hand-crafted pottery is unique, whether it be a simple bowl or a decorative vase.
Jason Silverman Mugs
Available in large and small sizes, these hand-crafted mugs by artist Jason Silverman have gorgeous color in addition to their wonderful functionality. Large mugs stand about 4-5" tall; small mugs are sized to be able to fit any Keurig coffee maker.
Color choices include Jade Sky, Ocean Blue, and Purple.
Wild Goose Pottery
Wild Goose Treasure Vase
- Color Preference: Lilac
Each of these handmade vases stands between 3" and 4" tall, and features a unique combination of colors. They are perfect for small or single flowers, and make excellent gifts for moms or grandmothers with small children.
Available in a variety of shapes and color combinations including orange, blue, lilac, white, yellow, red, and turquoise. Call store to ask for specific availability on colors.
The Wild Goose Treasure Vase is a discontinued item; what we have in stock is all we have left and once they're gone, they're gone for good.
Sara Baker has made pots since 1985. She is located in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, working out of a studio in her home and participating in local art events. Her work is functional, yet each touched by the beauty of an artistic masterpiece. Pieces include mugs, casserole dishes, bowls, and vases.
Goldcrafter's Corner offers many original Sara Baker pieces in a variety of blues, purples, magentas, and teals.