This was finished months ago, but today is as good a day as any to post.
Somewhere between its shipping origin and our house in St. John, the glass portion of a certain chandelier meant for our entryway broke. The metal frame part remained intact, so my mom asked if I could make a replacement from clay. It took some crafty manipulation and ingenuity, and my mom ultimately did most of the work piecing everything together so it held up. I also couldn’t have done it without Gail’s care when it comes to handling and firing pieces at Maho Bay Clayworks. We decided to just bisque fire, no glazing. Here is the end result: