All white pots are the same clay.
Difference in color is due to my "expert photography skills!" The terra cotta pots are all different
colors due to the inconsistancies coming from the clay producers and their supply source. Since all the pots look the
same size in these photos, keep in mind that a dollar bill is 6" long, so look at the measurements of the piece (located
at the bottom of the picture) and that will give you a good reference for the size. THE MEASUREMENTS UNDER THE POT IS
HEIGTH FIRST AND CIRCUMFERENCE NEXT (forgot my high school math and can't figure the width). Some of you have
asked how dog hair would do so I did one, it does work, just not as strong a dark line as the coarse horse
tail hairs. Cat hair also works, Leona the cat is shown on page two.
Well, you do live and learn. I always reply to
your email inquiries. I don't usually save your email info until you order. I have learned that even when it says
the email reply was "successfully sent" that my reply doesn't always arrive--must be out there in cyber space
somewhere. So, from now on, I will save your email address and if I don't hear back from you in a couple of days, I
will send you another email as a courtsey to make sure it got to you.
HOW TO ORDER A POT NEW EMAIL-- idamay73grey@gmail
1. Pick a pot from my three pages. Make sure
it does not say SOLD or ON HOLD. Check the neck of the pot if you want some hair added around the pot after the horsehair
firing. Remember the size is listed under the pot, height first and then circumference. Some of my older
pots do not have an indented lip enough to hold the hair in place. I try and pick glass beads that fit the name of the
horse or a color you want (if it's in my box of beads). There is no extra charge for adding the hair, beads or color
on the pot. I just want to do your horse proud! I get a tremendous amount of pleasure from sharing your love of
your horse. You horse people are just plain "good folks".
2. Send the hair to my address. Include the name of your horse, or other animal and
any dates you want engraved on the bottom of the pot. Be sure and write clearly. I always email you as soon as
I receive your horse hair or payment, so if you don't hear back from me on either of those occasions within a 10 day period,
please email me to see if they got to me ok. Not had a problem except for one time.
3. I try and do the pot within two days of receiving your hair. I email you a photo of the
finished piece and the shipping costs. I ship by United States Postal Service, parcel post. I get a tracking no..
The cost averages from $14 to $21 for a 12" x 12" box. Most fall in the $13.80 range. You pay
me when you receive the pot intact and you like it. I do not do credit cards or PayPal, only checks and money orders.
After all this time, I've only had THREE people not pay.
Stamps didn't go up but the parcel price has increased. So the further east and south-east you are it does run up.
I try and pack them as light as I can and still keep them well packed against breakage. July 11, 2016 I just
upload 48 new pots thrown this last month. I hope you can find just the right one.