Such a wonderful way to display any easter plants you get this holiday! Each planter was lovingly made using the wheel as well as hand techniques.
These planters were first thrown on the wheel, trimmed and then altered by hand. First, the faces were formed, then the back was cut down to form the opening for the plants. Ears and flowers were handmade separately and then attached. Once the planter was bone-dry, it was bisque-fired. Then it was glazed, put back in the kiln for a glaze firing. Then, any flowers were lined with gold-luster and put back in the kiln for one last firing.