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  • My first shotgunning experience was with a .410, and I think it's a fine choice to keep squirrels and rabbits on the campfire or to stay in practice on hand-thrown clays.

    what do you think of .410 shotguns?

  • We noticed that no matter what level of restaurant, from street-side dining to white table cloth establishments, all moquecas and feijoadas in Salvador are served in panela de barro - rustic, hand-thrown clay dishes.

    Fernando Navas: Exploring Brazil: On The SAMBA Track

  • The rational thinker in me would say that this is because most hand-thrown spears wouldn't have the energy to penetrate far enough to humanely kill big game.

    Man Spears Bear, Pays $1,000 In Fines

  • On a few end tables, Lucy spotted hand-thrown pottery and sculptures made of shells, stones, and other natural objects.

    A Stitch Before Dying

  • She had set the table with hand-thrown pottery from a craft fair, with a hand-turned wooden bowl as a centerpiece, piled high with voluptuous fresh persimmons.


  • For many people the phrase "craft and design" might conjure up images of hand-thrown porcelain tableware, avant-garde jewelry, studio furniture and "fiber art," and indeed the art fairs, museums and galleries that focus on contemporary craft and design present quite a lot of this kind of work.

    Sarah Archer: The Material Is the Message

  • Think of the beauty of a hand-thrown pot compared to a piece of factory porcelain.

    Taming the criticism beast

  • I find that shooting multiple hand-thrown clays is a lot more fun (but expensive).

    Feathers vs Clay

  • Collect the gratitudes &/or blessings in separate crystal bowls, hand-thrown pots, or plain paper bags.

    Rachael Freed: Legacy: Expressing Gratitude At Thanksgiving

  • In her unending quest for absolute perfection of form, the ceramicist Gerrtud Natzler produced nearly 25,000 hand-thrown pots, bowls and bottles of extraordinary refinement, delicacy and proportion.

    Gertrud Amon Natzler.


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