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 2021.
Price List
Take a look at pots from 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010.
To see pots from 2009 and previous years, visit the gallery.
Here are two Blackburnian warblers, silent on
this pot, but great songsters in real life.
This porcelain jar is
4 1/4" wide and 5 1/4" high.
These three alert camels want to know
what kind of liquid is coming their way.
This stoneware mug is 3 1/2" wide,
4 3/4" high, and holds 14 oz.
To have a Great Blue Heron fly over
your head is a transcendent experience.
This porcelain jar is
6" wide and 2 3/4" high.
Giraffe couples are particularly
attentive and caring parents.
This stoneware mug is 3 1/2" wide,
4 1/2" high and holds 14 oz.
Adelie penguins are very curious,
highly social, and full of cheerful pluck.
This porcelain jar is
4 1/2" wide and 7" high.
The shy Spotted Owl is found in
the Northwest and is an endangered owl.
This stoneware teapot is 5 1/4 wide,
6 1/4" high and holds 48 oz.
This herd of hippos is having a good
day in their favorite place, the river.
This porcelain low bowl is
7 1/2" wide and 2" high.
These Airedales are carved to rise in
subtle relief above the unglazed clay.
This stoneware pitcher is 5" wide,
7 1/4" high and holds 1 1/4 quart.
Pekin ducks make excellent pets and
follow favorite people around like dogs.
This porcelain jar is
3" wide and 4 3/4" high.
Many fish are very social, have
personalities and distinct group structures.
This stoneware mug is 3 3/4" wide,
3 3/4" high and holds 12 oz.
Elephants, the biggest land animal,
are found on this very small pot.
This porcelain jar is
2 1/4" wide and 3 1/4" high.
The graceful springbok is part of the
gazelle family found in southern Africa.
This stoneware vase is
5" wide and 7 1/2" high.
These hungry polar bears are on the
lookout, hoping to see a seal pop up.
This porcelain shaker is
2 1/4" wide and 3 1/4" high.
Five little piggies hang out on this carved
pot with a rough unglazed clay background.
This stoneware pot is
4 3/4" wide and 4 1/4" high.
These lambs were affected by the glaze
blurring in hotter than usual kiln.
This carved porcelain pot is
3 3/4" wide and 5" high.
These dogs in hats are looking for
a party. Are you having one?
This porcelain jar is
4" wide and 4" high.
Basset Hounds are terrific hunters, with
great, almost unmatched, scenting abilities.
This lidded porcelain pot is
5" wide and 3" high.
This loon family is foraging, diving
and eating little fish for dinner.
This stoneware mug is 3 3/4" wide,
4 1/4 high and holds 12 oz.

What are you going to feed this
crow when he lands on your table?
This porcelain low bowl is
7 1/4" wide and 1 1/4" high.
Prairie dog groups like these guys are called
coteries, and are tightly knit families.
This stoneware mug is 3 1/4" wide,
4 3/4" high and holds 14 oz.

Surprise! There are ants under the
bottom of this bowl to feed the anteaters.
This porcelain bowl is
5" wide and 2 1/4" high.
It's fun to watch vining
flowers grow up a grid.
This stoneware mug is 4" wide,
4 1/4" high and holds 16 oz.
This pale, unassertive bowl features
the new growth of spring.
This porcelain bowl is
4 1/4" wide and 2" high.

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