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5 Favorites: Bohemian Modern Ceramic Bells

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by Margot Guralnick last modified Mar 11, 2015

Ring in the spring (and some hippie vibes, too): Thanks to the current pottery renaissance, the handmade ceramic hanging bell is back. Above: Talisman White Bells made by Beth Katz of Mt. Washington Pottery in LA. Inspiration: "I grew up in the 1970s hippie enclave of Topanga Canyon in Southern California," says Katz. Go to Mt. Washington Pottery  and More & Co.  to see more of her talismans and bells. Above: A hand-thrown stoneware Ceramic Bell  by potter Jude Allman of Cowes, England. It's 2.7 inches tall and available for £20 ($30) via Folksy (the British competition to Etsy). N.B.: Allman also sells some of her wares on  Etsy . Above: Tall Indigo-Striped Bells by Michelle Quan, reigning high priestess of the hanging bell, start at $185. They range from 6 1/2 to 13 inches tall. See more of Quan's work at Ceramic Bells Inspired by Japanese Shrines  and in her online shop,  MQuan . Above: From Etsy seller L and M Studio of Catskill, New York, Large Porcelain Bells , six inches in diameter, are $105 each. Above:  Brad Ford , a member of the Remodelista Designer Directory , commissioned this wall of ceramic wind chimes from Austin, Texas, artist Jennifer Pritchard for a porch room in the Hampton Designer Showhouse. Go to J. Pritchard Design  to inquire about commissions. And see Gardenista's 5 Favorites: Wind Chimes . Go to Ceramics to see more of our handmade finds, including: Japanese Tableware Made in LA Photographer Jim Franco's Ceramic Bowls with a Cult Following Small Batch, Big Demand: Humble Ceramics of LA Soft Touch: Pastel Pottery by Lenneke Wispelwey All the Freshness of New York: Katakana Ceramics More Stories from Remodelista Channeling the Laid-Back Look with L'Aviva Home 10 Easy Pieces: Handmade Patterned Tiles The New Mod: Wallpaper from Kismet Tile






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