New pieces by Glazed & Confused Pottery are now available exclusively for sale in-person at our Spit Shop in Homer, Alaska. Come check it out! [Thanks to all who pre-ordered and waited and waited ... everyone's orders are now fulfilled and we are taking a break from offering these online so we're able to keep some stock in our store.]
no longer available for pre-order
(estimated to ship in mid-May)
Holy smokes our first batch of pottery went FAST. As in, we were sold out of salty bitch mugs 14 minutes after the email was sent out about them.
And THEN came the emails of devastation and mourning.
Liana is working away in her studio to make more and has some shipments of glazes on the way. As of now we anticipate the next batch of pottery to be ready in roughly 6 weeks. Of course, a lot could happen between now and then and there are, as we know, many supply chain issues right now so we are hesitant to guarantee anything other than: WE WILL WORK OUR TITS OFF TO GET YOU THE POTTERY YOU CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT! No matter what the world throws at us.
And so. We are going to make these items available for pre-sale so that we can have a little more time for prep, know exactly what to make and not have a crazy ordering frenzy again when the time comes.
If you decide to pre-order pottery, anything else you order will also be held until your beautiful piece of usable art is ready for shipment. If for some bizarre, unforeseen reason the pottery will take longer than 8 weeks to be ready for shipment, we will let y’all know and you can, at any point, choose to have a refund instead of waiting for your piece (like, if you’re a crazy person you can do that) and we won’t judge you (but we will for sure swoop your pottery for ourselves because we are having a hard time not doing that already).
Let us know if you have questions! email@example.com
If you are still shaking your salt from a shaker, then it is possible that you haven't really ever reached your full, delicious food tasting potential. Quality culinary salt should be raw and chunky and most importantly, unrefined.
Did you know? Salt cellars have been used for thousands of years, though usage began to decline when bleached, anti-caking-agent-filled "free-flowing" salt (eww) was introduced in 1911. #SaveTheSaltCellar
Any proper chef will tell you that 'good' salt, like any other quality ingredient, is a must and should always be pinched and sprinkled over food, to taste.
This salt vessel was created specifically for use on your kitchen counter while cooking, but is also pretty enough to put on the dining table for finishing salt. We consider these cellars functional pieces of culinary art.
This cellar is approximately 4'' wide and 2'' tall.
Our ceramic pieces are handmade [exclusively for Alaska Salt Co.] by Liana of Glazed and Confused Pottery. Each unique piece is hand crafted by Liana in her home studio in Kenai, Alaska. There are no two pieces exactly the same, so the ceramic item that you order will vary slightly from what you see in these online photos. If you're feeling particularly particular about the piece that you want, please feel free to email us with questions and we can send you photos of the piece for your approval before shipment.
But believe us when we say they are even more beautiful in person!