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Artisan Pottery Bird Feeder

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$69.00

Artisan Pottery Bird Feeder

Regular price
$69
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$69

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A real statement piece, this brightly patterned bird feeder, with its cobalt whorls and lines, is perfect for attracting birds to your garden. The opening on the sides makes it easy to fill and clean. 

Made in Chapel Hill by Michelle Fairholm Pottery. 

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

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Based out of Chapel Hill, Michelle Fairholm has been creating pottery for more than fifteen years. She has a BA in studio art, has participated in several workshops focusing on clay since graduation, and started working as a professional potter in 2016. Each of her pieces is wheel-thrown and then hand-decorated in various slip techniques. She loves the textures and patterns these techniques create. Michelle enjoys the rich history of pottery in North Carolina and the close community of clay artists congregated here.

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Specifications

  • Height: 8.5"
  • Diameter: 4.5"
  • Materials: Stoneware
  • Care instructions: Handwashing recommended to extend life of glaze. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina.

Specifications

  • Height: 8.5"
  • Diameter: 4.5"
  • Materials: Stoneware
  • Care instructions: Handwashing recommended to extend life of glaze. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina.

Meet the Maker

Based out of Chapel Hill, Michelle Fairholm has been creating pottery for more than fifteen years. She has a BA in studio art, has participated in several workshops focusing on clay since graduation, and started working as a professional potter in 2016. Each of her pieces is wheel-thrown and then hand-decorated in various slip techniques. She loves the textures and patterns these techniques create. Michelle enjoys the rich history of pottery in North Carolina and the close community of clay artists congregated here.