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Jeff Peters-Ceramic Fountain - Japanese Blue-FOUNT-HAM-BLU Jeff Peters-Ceramic Fountain - Japanese Blue-FOUNT-HAM-BLU

Ceramic Fountain - Japanese Blue

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Jeff Peters-Ceramic Fountain - Japanese Blue-FOUNT-HAM-BLU Jeff Peters-Ceramic Fountain - Japanese Blue-FOUNT-HAM-BLU
Just add water. Peaceful "Zen-like" serenity. Keep your day stress free with this petite Japanese blue table top fountain. At home or at work, this babbling brook is sure to calm any nerves. You will have it set up in no time. The fountain comes with everything you need - except the water. Simply unpack, arrange the rocks on the disk, add water to the bowl and plug it in. Before you realize it, the water will be traveling through the bamboo fountain and gently falling down to the rocks in complete harmony. The hardest part will be deciding which of your favorite table tops to place it on.

Created by artist Jeff Peters in Georgetown, Maine, each ceramic fountain is individually hand-thrown and glazed. Jeff uses porcelain, a higher grade ceramic, for his pottery. This waterfall is a perfect hostess gift, a gift for your favorite yogi, or even for the person who "has everything."

Ceramic Table Fountain Details

Fountain Material: Porcelain Ceramic
Fountain Shape: Tapered Bowl Shape
Ceramic Color: Japanese Blue
Hamada Brown
Fountain Dimensions: 9cm tall
16.5cm in diameter
Included with Fountain: Rocks
Water Pump
Markings: Maker's Mark
Artist's Edition: Studio Production

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Jeff Peters
Artist's Location: Georgetown, Maine, USA
Artist's Technique: Thrown and Fired

Jeff Peters

Originally from California began making pottery one room log cabin in 1972 after finishing his third year as a ceramics student. After working at a ceramic workshop during the summer Jeff and his friend John Okie found a small log cabin for sale. Soon they were making pots and having a great time. Better yet they were selling them. In the beginning everything was made with stoneware. It wasn't until 1980 that the switch would be made to porcelain. Since then the pottery shop has changed in size and shape but the idea behind the work is still the same. The one room log cabin that the pottery was started in still stands.

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