Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter

$ 42.00 

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  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter
  • Kelly Pottery, Glazed Blue Ceramic Drip Coffee Filter

Made locally in Portland, Oregon, Kelly Pottery always "looks their best when being used, not sitting on a mantle." Make delicious cups of coffee every day with our ceramic drip coffee filter. Simply insert a coffee filter, set directly on top of a mug or coffee pot and add the desired amount of grounds. Pour hot water over, and enjoy slow brewed drip coffee. Embossed with Kiriko emblem which represents indigo plant. Unique coffee drip filter for you and your den.

  • Product origin: Portland, Oregon
  • Hot and cold safe
  • Diameter of the Opening: 5-6"
  • Height: 4"
  • Product #: KP20
  • Code: WP25

* Cups vary slightly in size

Meet the Artist: STEVE KELLY



Steve Kelly of Kelly Pottery is one of Kiriko's carefully selected contemporary potters. His work samples a classic aesthetic while utilizing modern shapes and details to produce unique table top essentials. A craftsman with a deep respect for the trade, Kelly's work speaks for itself. During the apprenticeship, Kelly began to find his own voice and learned the discipline and hard work it takes to run a pottery. Kelly's work is deeply inspired by the Japanese Mingei movement. While he creates very contemporary forms, they are strongly rooted in those folk traditions.

Some of Kelly's favorite local artists:
Liza Rietz, Hazel Cox, Emily Bixler, Hsin Yi Haung, Dana Louis, and Lillith Rocket. Oregon is blessed with some of our country's best wood fire potters, Stephen Mickey, Richard Brandt, Frank Boyden, Ron Lynn, and the list goes on and on.

www.kellypottery.com
instagram.com/kellypottery

*Click here to read more about our interview with Steve Kelly.