The big orangy brown pot in the corner is a custom order I've been stressing over, trying to get it out so the customer would get it by Thanksgiving, but, um, well... I sort of fell on my face at 5am Sunday after gluing on some cork to protect furniture under it. Then I managed to sleep way past when the USPS truck takes off even though I had my alarms set to get up so I could finish packing. It doesn't help the truck leaves the post office at 11 am, but I finished boxing it up Monday afternoon, then got it in the mail BEFORE the truck took off Tuesday. Turns out USPS "Priority 2 day service" is predicting a SATURDAY delivery in southern California. How does that work? Even if you leave out Thursday (Happy TurkeyDay everyone!) it I would expect 2 day to mean FRIDAY... Sigh, maybe I'll be surprised. Monday shipping would still have meant delivery after the holiday. But seeing as I managed to burn my hands pulling it out of the kiln at midnight Sunday, it is what it is.
Anyhow, the tall skinny orchid pot in the background of this one is another custom order, it's supposed to be 10 inches tall by 7 inches wide, in a nice matte blue. The rest of the orchid pots are already listed on Etsy, and the kusamonos will go up soon. The bowls will go up later this week, I'm not totally happy with the interior on one - Rainy Day isn't as pretty as I was hoping for! The trays may or may not go up (they're a clay I don't usually use so they don't go with most of the kusamonos), but I like the way the new forms I used to make them work so I'm going to do more.