Sue Skinner Joe Jostes SJ Pottery Susan and Joseph have been making beautiful
redware pottery in their Missouri studio since 1988. Chosen by Early American Life as one of Americas top traditional Craftsmen, their redware is handcrafted art based on traditional design. Functional art to be used in and to enlighten your daily rituals and life. Lead free and dishwasher safe. This is American art that you can use everyday.
FSSJ108 17th Century Inspired Design by Sue and Joseph $25.
I own many of Sue and Joseph's wonderful mugs, but this one is my favorite. The inspiration for this one came from a 17th century piece of Staffordshire. Tulip designs were popular in the 17th, 18th and into the 19th century and were the inspiration for many items, as you can see in my early cookie cutter's design. The rich shiny black background, in contrast with the yellow design is striking. It's smaller then the rest, but what is it they say, good things come in small packages? Measures 4 inches high and 2-3/4 inches wide, not including the handle. (Shown on Judy Robinson woven mat.)$25. Includes shipping.