Irving Place Studio's roots in Los Angeles date back six decades.
Originally founded by artists Dora De Larios and Ellice Johnston in 1968, work created by hand and the feeling that comes with it has always been the driving force behind their unique sensibility.
Today, in collaboration with daughter Sabrina Judge and son-in-law Aaron Glascock, Dora continues that mission designing and crafting contemporary, elegant handmade ceramics of the highest quality for everyday use.
"Our pottery is made using traditional methods - hands - and time-tested materials - earth & water."Founder Dora De Larios
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- Please retain all packaging that arrives with your order to use in repacking the pottery. If the packaging has settled, please compensate by adding additional padding (eco-friendly paper, bubble wrap, packing peanuts, etc.).
- There should be significant padding between pieces of pottery and between the pottery and the interior sides of the boxes. The pottery should not shift around in the box once it’s closed.
- Firecracker is not responsible for any damage that occurs during return shipment. We highly recommend you use a carrier such as UPS or FedEx.
- In the very unusual circumstance that an item arrives to you damaged, please photograph the damage immediately and submit to Firecracker within 48 hours of delivery.
- Irving Place Studio ceramics are hand crafted and as such, will show the irregularities and unique character that ordinarily result from such work. Each piece is carefully inspected multiple times for unacceptable flaws, but normal variations in size, finish, color or texture are not considered defects.
- Both Firecracker and Irving Place Studio pride ourselves on providing superior quality goods. Your 100% satisfaction is our paramount goal, so feel free to contact our friendly Help Desk with any questions.
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