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In Clay, a pottery studio in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is where potters not only produce their own work, but teach those of us who want to learn or refresh our hands’ ability to make pots. The spoons are especially sweet but much harder to make than they look. Photos by Renee Irene. Copyrighted.

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    How have I been doing ceramics for 6 years, and I’ve never seen one person glaze a bowl like that. genius.
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