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.
You can see more pots here.
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.
This is a milk pitcher. The calf will not
mind if you spill a little in her direction.
This stoneware pitcher is 4 1/4" wide,
4 1/2" high and holds 2 cups.
These mother hens are checking
on their chicks in the deep grass.
This stoneware jar is
4" wide and 5 1/4 high.
Egrets are often found in breeding
colonies in nests high in the trees.
This porcelain vase is
4" wide and 4 1/2" high.
Animals cheerleaders? These guys
are stacked-up high and ready to roll.
This stoneware pitcher is 4" wide,
5 1/2" high and holds 2 1/2 cups.
Magpies are part of the crow
family, the smartest birds of all.
This stoneware cup is
3 1/4" wide and 3 1/4" high.
Looking for some sailboats in your
soup or cereal? This is the bowl for you.
This porcelain bowl is
6 1/2" wide and 2 1/4" high.
Mother duck is keeping her ducklings
safe on the water hidden by reeds.
This stoneware mug is 3 1/2" wide,
4 1/4" high and holds 12 oz.
Put a little salt on your eggs and crow,
like these roosters, to start your day.
This porcelain salt shaker is
3 1/4" wide and 3" high.
Leopards can be found in Asia, Africa,
and now, maybe, on your kitchen table.
This porcelain on stoneware mug is
3 3/4" high, 3 3/4" wide and holds 13 oz.
Herdwick sheep are a hardy breed found in the
Lake District. I think they have a smiling face.
This porcelain on stoneware vase is
6 1/4" high and 4 1/4" wide.
A kid and their dog - surely there is some
sort of special communication between them.
This stoneware mug is 4 1/4" wide,
3 1/4" high and holds 12 oz.
Find Wood Thrushes deep in the woods scouting
around for bugs and beetles to feed their chicks.
This porcelain on stoneware mug is
3 1/4" wide, 3 1/2" high and holds 10 oz.
This small pot is covered with flowers
"drawn" by three colors of inlaid clay.
This little stoneware pot is
3 1/4" wide and 2 1/2" high.

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