Hand Painted Pottery with Animal and Dog Art by Nan Hamilton Boston MA

Welcome to Nan's New Pots!

Below you'll find some of the pots that have come from the kiln in 2016.

More pots can be found here and here.
Price List
Take a look at pots from 2015, from 2014, from 2013, from 2012, from 2011 and2010.
To see pots from 2009 and previous years, visit the gallery.
Barred owls, found all over America, usually
raise between two to four chicks each year.
This stoneware vase with porcelain
overlay is 5" wide and 7" high.
Dowitchers probe their food out of mud,
using their bill like a sewing machine.
This stoneware mug is 3 1/2" wide,
4 1/4" high and holds 12 oz.
Giraffes, tallest land animal, might peek in
your second story window if they lived in town.
This stoneware vase with porcelain
overlay is 5" wide and 8 1/4" high.
Brown bears are usually solitary; these found
each other in a meadow in their way to fish.
This porcelain bowl is
4 1/2" wide and 2 1/4" high.
Bee-eaters are stunning birds with unusual
skills, including getting the venom out of bees.
This porcelain vase is
5" wide and 7" high.
Pigs come in all sizes, colors, and temperaments - some are very good company!
This porcelain plate is 8 1/2" wide and 1 1/2" high.
The octopus is a clever creature and can solve
problems and has been known to play with toys.
This stoneware mug is 4" wide,
4" high and holds 12 oz.
Polar bears live in the snowy north. Their fur is white camouflage; underneath their skin is black. This porcelain vase is
4 3/4" wide and 7" high.
Sheep are more intelligent than people think and are good at recognizing faces.
This porcelain plate is 8" wide and 1 1/4" high.
It is a duck parade. Dressed in their finest,
they will give your table a certain flair.
This porcelain shaker is
3" wide and 2 3/4" high.
Why is it in the world of birds, it is mostly the males who get the fancy colors?
This stoneware bowl is 7 1/4" wide and 2 1/4" high.

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