Handmade Pottery by Jaxon and Shirley Keimig
In 1970 Jaxon took his first pottery class as a sophomore in high school. What he learned there ignited a passion and love for making pottery. For most of his life this hobby remained as such, but with help from mentor, Rick Bruce, his lifelong passion became a career.
Now in 2018 Jaxon and his wife Shirley are retired and spend their days and nights throwing, glazing, firing, and traveling, making stoneware pottery like a second career for them both.
One iconic trait of Glazing Grace Stoneware's products is their logo, the cross. They stand firm on the belief that God brought them together to share their love and passion with other people, and share the love of Jesus through their pottery.
These functional coffee mugs were hand-thrown on the potter's wheel and glazed in beautiful shades of blue, green tan and black. Each will hold approx 2 cups of coffee or other liquid. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Colors vary.
Butter Bells & Sugar Bowls
Stoneware Butter bells and Sugar bowls, $20 Each. Used to keep real butter soft on counter, and store sugar. Colors vary. Call for more info.
Stoneware mixing bowl. Holds about 3 quarts. Very Durable, mixer safe. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Colors vary. Call for more info.
Stoneware Utensil Holder. Keeps all your kitchen utensils neat, organized, and easy to access. Colors vary, call for more info.
Stoneware Batter bowl. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Holds about 2 1/2 - 3 quarts. Color and sizing vary, call for more info.
Stoneware oil bottle for cooking oil or dish soap. Dishwasher safe. Colors vary.