When Sarah Jaeger started making her fluted serving bowls she decided to add a decorative flange about three quarters up as a way of dividing up the space for decoration. But this was one of those happy coincidences when the decoration also enhanced the function by creating a natural place for hands to rest when carrying the bowl.


In today’s video, an excerpt from her DVD Throwing, Altering and Glazing for Function and Beauty, Sarah explains how she makes and trims these beautiful bowls. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.




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This clip was excerpted from Sarah Jaeger’s DVD Throwing, Altering, and Glazing for Function and Beauty, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore.

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To learn more about Sarah Jaeger or to see more images of her work, please visit http://www.sarahjaeger.com/.


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