Marvellous Mugs Workshop

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Saturday 21st of January 2023

Come along and make your very own marvellous mushie, moon or magical animal mug... read more.

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7 Grant Street, Forrest, VIC, 3236
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Come along and make your very own marvellous mushie, moon or magical animal mug! You will receive a wheel-thrown base for you to sculpt onto, carve and decorate. Create your own artistic handle, such as a peacock, mushroom, fox-tail, moon, wildflower- the possibilities are endless.

The workshop will run for two hours and is suitable for beginners through to advanced potters.

Your piece will be carefully dried before its first firing then clear glazed and fire it in the kiln. It will be ready for collection from the studio within two to three weeks. On the rare occasion any breakages occur during the firing process, I will repair them to the bet of my ability. However, if your piece is unable to be repaired, you will be offered the opportunity to remake it or a full refund.

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