Coffee pour over, wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckles. shown with angle dipped, northwest mug and carved bud vase
Coffee pour over, wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckles,  shown on a matching pottery travel mug
Coffee pour over, wheel-thrown pottery, in Teal glaze, shown with matching Teal, angle dipped mug
Detail shot of bottom of Coffee pour over and drip edge. wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckled white glaze. shown with matching angle dipped mug and carved bud vase.
Detail shot of bottom of Coffee pour over and drip edge. wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckled white glaze. shown with matching mug in Teal.
Detail shot of bottom of Coffee pour over and drip edge. wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckled white glaze. shown in Speckled white and teal
showing the inside of a pottery coffee pour over. notice the wheel thrown pattern inside the cone shape. also shown in the background: matching mug, cream and sugar set and carved bud vase.
Coffee pour over, wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckles, shown on a travel mug, photographed outside, cedar trees in background
Detail shot of bottom of Coffee pour over and drip edge. wheel-thrown pottery, white glaze with speckled white glaze. shown with matching angle dipped mug in background
Coffee pour over, wheel-thrown pottery, in white speckled glaze
Coffee pour over with finger loop handle, wheel-thrown pottery, Teal glaze on red clay
Coffee Pour Over
Coffee Pour Over

Coffee Pour Over

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Pour overs are a great way to steep your coffee to your liking. Many people use them for daily coffee  preparation, I use mine when the power is out and I even bring it camping! The pour overs are thrown on the wheel by Meredith at her Fern Street Pottery Studio. They are thrown with a red-brown stoneware clay then glazed in a speckled white glaze, allowing the clay to show through just a bit. The pulled finger-loop handle has a grove in it, curved perfectly for your ginger and thumb. Pour overs fit “size two cone filters”. My favorite are the Bioletti brand, size two as they are actually a "V" cone shape, rather than a U shape, but both work! (Mugs are sold separately.)

*Design matters! I have started making these slightly curved up at the bottom edge, so that they balance themselves more easily on top of your mug. They also have a little drip rim on the bottom, around the hole to drip the coffee into your mug instead of running along the bottom edge to the rim of your mug.