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  1. Carren Clarke Ancestral Mug Collection - #1

    by Carren Clarke 5” tall; 3 ½ “diameter Dishwasher safe (not microwaveable) A native of Richmond, Virginia, Carren originally trained in the culinary arts at Johnson and Wales University.After taking a pottery class 15 years ago, she discovered a passion for pottery that has now become her career. She creates functional pieces with an artistic emphasis on African as well as Asian and Greek architecture. She focuses on earth tones related to iron and steel, along with hues of honey, greens and blues. Carren also shares her gift by teaching pottery workshops for the elderly and children. She also participates in cultural exchanges in Senegal and Gambia.

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    $65.00
  2. Carren Clarke Ancestral Mug Collection - #3

    by Carren Clarke 5 1/8” tall; 3 ½ “diameter Dishwasher safe (not microwaveable) A native of Richmond, Virginia, Carren originally trained in the culinary arts at Johnson and Wales University.After taking a pottery class 15 years ago, she discovered a passion for pottery that has now become her career. She creates functional pieces with an artistic emphasis on African as well as Asian and Greek architecture. She focuses on earth tones related to iron and steel, along with hues of honey, greens and blues. Carren also shares her gift by teaching pottery workshops for the elderly and children. She also participates in cultural exchanges in Senegal and Gambia.

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    $65.00
  3. Carren Clarke Ancestral Mug Collection - #4

    by Carren Clarke 5” tall; 3 ½ “diameter Dishwasher safe (not microwaveable) One of a kind A native of Richmond, Virginia, Carren originally trained in the culinary arts at Johnson and Wales University.After taking a pottery class 15 years ago, she discovered a passion for pottery that has now become her career. She creates functional pieces with an artistic emphasis on African as well as Asian and Greek architecture. She focuses on earth tones related to iron and steel, along with hues of honey, greens and blues. Carren also shares her gift by teaching pottery workshops for the elderly and children. She also participates in cultural exchanges in Senegal and Gambia.

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    $65.00
  4. Carren Clarke Ancestral Mug Collection - #5

    by Carren Clarke 4 7/8” tall; 3 5/8 “diameter Dishwasher safe (not microwaveable) One of a Kind A native of Richmond, Virginia, Carren originally trained in the culinary arts at Johnson and Wales University.After taking a pottery class 15 years ago, she discovered a passion for pottery that has now become her career. She creates functional pieces with an artistic emphasis on African as well as Asian and Greek architecture. She focuses on earth tones related to iron and steel, along with hues of honey, greens and blues. Carren also shares her gift by teaching pottery workshops for the elderly and children. She also participates in cultural exchanges in Senegal and Gambia.

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    $65.00
  5. Carren Clarke Ancestral Mug Collection - #7

    by Carren Clarke 4 7/8” tall; 3 5/8 “diameter Dishwasher safe (not microwaveable) One of a kind A native of Richmond, Virginia, Carren originally trained in the culinary arts at Johnson and Wales University.After taking a pottery class 15 years ago, she discovered a passion for pottery that has now become her career. She creates functional pieces with an artistic emphasis on African as well as Asian and Greek architecture. She focuses on earth tones related to iron and steel, along with hues of honey, greens and blues. Carren also shares her gift by teaching pottery workshops for the elderly and children. She also participates in cultural exchanges in Senegal and Gambia.

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    $65.00
  6. Carren Clarke Ancestral Mug Collection - #8

    by Carren Clarke 5” tall; 3 ½ “diameter Dishwasher safe (not microwaveable) One of a kind A native of Richmond, Virginia, Carren originally trained in the culinary arts at Johnson and Wales University.After taking a pottery class 15 years ago, she discovered a passion for pottery that has now become her career. She creates functional pieces with an artistic emphasis on African as well as Asian and Greek architecture. She focuses on earth tones related to iron and steel, along with hues of honey, greens and blues. Carren also shares her gift by teaching pottery workshops for the elderly and children. She also participates in cultural exchanges in Senegal and Gambia.

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    $65.00

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