Millstone Pottery is handmade, and each piece takes roughly 2 weeks to make. Each form is simple, yet throwing lines make each piece unique.
The Millstone is a metaphor for pottery. Used in the grinding of grain in a grist mill, the millstone is a utilitarian object; its form a direct result of its intended function, much as a bowl's design is derived from its future use. Just as the millstone's utility can be beautiful, so can the simplest of pots.