Monthly Archives: December 2016

Quahogs vs. Sea Clams

I stand corrected (it’s okay—I’m a lifelong learner!) A longtime customer politely pointed out to me that the shells I use to mold what I am calling my “quahog” dishes, are really sea clams, not quahogs. Sea clams are large, and quahogs are smaller and lined with the shades of purple..Therefore, I would like to inform my customers that I have an ample supply of Vintage Lace Impressed Sea Clam (formerly quahog) dishes if you need a gift for any homesick, currently out of state Rhode Islanders!

Many thanks to all who stopped by at the recent Fat Robin Pottery open house….the pottery display will remain set up in my garage for the next few weeks; if you’d like to stop by to shop—just get in touch!  Happy to offer a wide selection of lace inspired pottery, ornaments, pit fired pots and votives, mugs, bowls, and other one of a kind items…..

“As we struggle with shopping lists and invitations, compounded by December’s bad weather, it is good to be reminded that there are people in our lives who are worth this aggravation, and people to whom we are worth the same.”   (  – Donald E. Westlake)   Best Wishes!



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