Hand Painted Pottery with Animal and Dog Art by Nan Hamilton Boston MA

Welcome to Nan's New Pots!

Below you'll find some of the pots that have come from the kiln in 2017.

Price List
Take a look at pots from 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010.
To see pots from 2009 and previous years, visit the gallery.
These four cats are on guard duty
ready to go after any mice in the vicinity.
This stoneware vase is
4 1/4" wide and 7 1/4" high.
Put a birdhouse in the backyard.
Make the birds happy and you, too.
This stoneware teapot is 5" wide,
5 1/2" high, and holds 3 1/2 cups.
Foxes are quick and smart and spotting
them in the wild is a special treat.
This small porcelain pot is
4 1/4" high and 3 3/4" wide.
An improbable garden party, dogs, cats,
chicks and bunnies, all making friends.
This porcelain bowl is
2 1/2" high and 5 1/2" wide.
Protect your garden from these five
rabbits. They are on a snack mission.
This stoneware vase is
4 1/4" wide and 7 3/4" high.

This pitcher is about the carrots those pesky rabbits would like to find.
This stoneware pitcher is 4 1/2" by 5 1/2" and holds 3 1/2 cups.

This small piece is a reminder
of how sweet spring gardening is.
This little porcelain bowl is
3 3/4" wide and 2 1/2" high.

The cats on this bowl are created from impressing three different kinds of
clay into scratches in the surface. There is no glaze on the outside at all.
This stoneware bowl is 2 3/4" by 6 1/4".

How alert are you before
your first cup of morning coffee?
This stoneware mug is 3 3/4" wide,
4" high and holds 13 oz.

This design is based on
an Art Nouveau lamp shade.
This stoneware vase is
3 1/2" wide and 5" high.

What is inside this pot?
These animals want to know.
This little porcelain pot is
4 1/4" wide and 3" high.

This is another raw clay pot, decorated
only with different colored clays.
This stoneware pot is
3 3/4" wide and 4 1/2" high.
Having eggs for breakfast?
Do not tell this mother hen.
This stoneware mug is 3 3/4" wide,
3 1/2" high and holds 11 oz.

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