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ceramic chic

March 30, 2017

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Ceramic artist Claire Parrish is drawn to pottery for its beauty and function.

The artist: Parrish grew up in the Atlanta area, and took an interest in ceramics as a student at Atlanta’s Marist School. At the University of Georgia, she earned degrees in ceramics and in art education. In 2015, she moved to Richmond, Va., and started Claire Parrish Pottery.

The goods: One-of-a kind, handcrafted pottery for the table, kitchen, and home. Popular colors include white iron, warm whites and emerald green.

What is popular: Ice buckets ($72), which include an under plate for condensation; berry washers ($38 to $40); and vases ($32 to $75) in various heights, shapes and detail.

Other favorites: Hanging planters ($32 to $36), with or without drainage holes; serving bowls ($54 to $75); and pitchers ($48 to $78).

Surprise hit: Wedding registries, with tailor-made pieces, ranging from full-place settings to serving and decorative pieces.

Where to buy: www.claireparrishpottery.com. In Atlanta, at Citizen Supply, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave., on the second floor of Ponce City Market.

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