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Small Ceramic Bucket with Copper Handle

Sue Grier


This wheel thrown ceramic bucket could be used in a myriad of ways: a utensil jar, serving chips or pretzels, holding napkins and silverware–and most of all it’s a nifty bit of unique whimsy.

  • Approximately 6.5″tall x 5.5″wide (to the rim, not the handle loop)
  • Made in NC
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Sue Grier

Working with clay is very ‘process oriented’ – this is the attraction. I work primarily from wheel-thrown components. I am only half teasing when I say that the clay keeps a person ‘centered’. Beyond the throwing – mesmerizing & meditative as that can be – there is the quality of mark making and creation of form. Working with clay for over 30 years, I have a decided interest in the quest for problem solving when making more complex forms or pieces. What fun to test one’s skills against this ornery & willful material.


Sue Grier creates these beautifully crafted buckets on the potter’s wheel, and alters them.

Watch Sue demonstrate throwing a hollow handle here.

  • Available in red, sage and blue
  • Copper handle is decorative and not load-bearing
  • Pottery is food-safe
  • Due to the copper, not microwave or dishwasher-safe
  • Made in NC
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