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Lomas Series

Lomas is Brownell Ceramics' first porcelain series. 

It is so named in reverence of the sierra foothills of California where Brownell Ceramics resides.  The Lomas Series currently includes the Mug, Demitasse, Espresso Cup, Bud Vase, Bottle Vase, and Pitcher.  Stay tuned while we roll out the latest additions to the Lomas Series!

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Mug

Our largest vessel at 16 oz (1 pint)

Two-Finger Handle

Porcelain

Hand made 

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Demitasse

The Demitasse is our medium sized vessel at a solid 8 oz (1 cup). 

One-Finger Handle

Porcelain

Hand made

porcelain espresso cup garden

Espresso Cup

Our smallest vessel at 6 oz.

One-Finger Handle

Porcelain

Hand Made

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Bud Vase

These beauties stand 4.5" high and 4" wide

Porcelain

Hand Made

Modernista

 

The Modernista Series...

is Brownell Ceramics' second formal series.  This series is an evocation of modernity, exemplifying rigid structures and hard lines while maintaining softness and balance. Thus far we have only released two vessels from this series, there are many more to come!

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Modernista

For Home & Life

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A N A G A M A

Brownell Ceramics happily introduces our first limited edition Anagama Series. 

 These beauties were fired for three and one half days in a wood burning Anagama kiln located in the beautiful Sierra Foothills of California.  This highly sought atmospheric firing process results in a naturally applied ash "glaze".  These fine specimens are chock full of flashing, ash deposits, and delightful bantering of surface oxidation and reduction.  This is a limited edition so get yours before they're gone!! 

 
 
Wood Firing Anagama

Firing

The Anagama kiln is stoked for 3.5 days with pine and oak.

Silicon Carbide Anagama Shelf

Wadding

Each piece is wadded before kiln loading to ensure wares are not fused to the kiln shelves whilst firing. Wadding is essentially clay. 

 

Anagama Espresso Cups Saucers

Wood Ash

The surface of Anagama wares are determined by the atmosphere within the kiln.  Temperature, reduction, heat flow, and ash accumulation determine the final result.