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October 28, 2013

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On a whim, Courtney Hamill signed up for an introductory ceramics class in college. The Atlanta native never thought pottery would become a passion. Or her career.

Last year, Hamill started Honeycomb Studio, a handmade porcelain shop. Working in her backyard studio in Atlanta’ West Midtown area, Hamill makes modern yet functional pieces one at a time on a wheel or from an original mold. No two are alike.

Water-tight and food safe, her popular white and gold apothecary bottles ($37) are tough to keep in stock. So are her copper and white bud vases. The gold or metallic elements on her porcelain products add a touch of elegance. Put them to work or arrange several as a decorative element on a shelf.

For the holidays, Hamill’s new heirloom ornaments ($28 each & below) are likely to be a big seller. The sculptural turtle doves ($35 to $42 & pictured below) too.

Visit www.honeycomb-studio.com

Also find selected Honeycomb Studio products in that Atlanta area at Steve McKenzie’s, 996 Huff Road (stevemckenzies.com) and the Young Blood Gallery & Boutique, 636 N Highland Ave. (youngbloodgallery.com)

christmas trees - gold 3

pair gold doves

ornament - navy + copper cone

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