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    “We Love Our Dishes!”

    September 17th, 2009

    Steven Bass recently married the love of his life, and on their registry was a full set of Jean Elton dishes.  Upon receiving place-settings from various friends and family members, Steven wrote to Jean Elton with his thanks.

    Our Jean Elton dishes were exactly what we wanted.  They came out looking even better than they did in the pictures we saw.  They are so unique and durable that they double as our everyday dishes and special occasion dishes.  We really do love them.

    So if you are interested in some Jean Elton dishes for your upcoming special occasions, please visit our store and place your order today!

    New Art: Water Color Designs

    September 15th, 2009


    New from Jean Elton Studio, artist Lois Barker uses “water color” type glazes to paint these bowls by hand.  All designs are completely unique, and yet match perfectly with each other.  Each bowl or plate takes several hours to complete, and that’s just the painting! These designs are available in all sizes of plates, bowls, and even lamps.

    Behind the Scenes: Jean Elton Studio

    September 10th, 2009

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    Who would have ever thought that this sleepy, little cape in southern Fairfield County, Connecticut, masked the highly productive Studio that is Jean Elton?

    As you can see, there is a lot going on in this studio.  So keep checking back on this blog for more looks behind the scenes, as well as explanations of the different materials used, methods of creating, and machinery, such as kilns and pug mills.

    Pottery Party at Jean Elton Studio!

    September 3rd, 2009

    Occassionally, Jean Elton Studio will host private parties, as they did this past Saturday.  There were several families and a good time was had by all!

    One little girl, Natalie, wrote, “I had so much fun!  And I think your vases and other peices are beautiful!  And thank you for inviting me back!  I look forward to it!”

    Her sister, Julia, was equally enthusiastic, “Thank you so much for one of the best days of my summer!  I had so much fun and learned in the process!”

    Their dad was actually surprised by the fun!  He said, “I had thought I would watch and take photos but really got drawn in!  It was a ton of fun!”

    Another family wrote, “Thank you so much for the fabulous ‘Jean Elton’ extravaganza!… I enjoyed coming into contact with clay again, and Nancy is now impassioned as well!”

    A day at Jean Elton Studio is a day to be remembered and can be enjoyed by both young and old.  Keep checking back on this blog for any future events!