Horsehair vessels



Thank you for visiting my page horsehair pieces are only available from Fine Art gallerys in London, Dublin, Florida USA,and my studio in Sligo.
Each pieces is a one of a kind, and prices vary depending on size and multiple firings of each ceramic, after horsehair is applied every piece is polished and given a protective coating of bees wax to seal the exterior, please note horsehair process is non functional due to its porous nature.

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   Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed
ian carty ceramics ireland 



Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed
Ian carty ceramics Ireland Irish ceramics  



Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed
ian carty ceramics Ireland Irish horse hair pottery 

Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed irish horsehair pottery Ireland 
ian carty ceramics 

Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed 
ian carty ceramics irish pottery horsehair 

Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed
ireland horsehair ceramics 

Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed ian carty irish horsehair pottery 

Horsehair pottery is made by using hair from the tail and mane of a horse. It is fired using a special technique, and the process is very hazardous and time consuming.
Fine lines are created with the hair from the mane of the horse, and thick lines are created from the hair of the tail. After the pot is fired, it is rock polished; no paint or glaze is used.
When firing and polishing are completed ian carty ceramics 






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