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Celtic Stoneware Quaich

The Loving Cup
The use of the wine cup or Loving Cup at a wedding is an ancient tradition. By the 15th century it was common for the Celtic people to toast each other with a ceremonial Loving Cup. In Scotland this cup is known as a quaich, which comes from the Celtic word cuach, meaning cup. The Loving Cup ceremony also has its roots in Irish, French and Jewish cultures.
….All the sweetness life's cup may hold for each of you will be the sweeter because you drink it together. Whatever drops of bitterness it may contain will be less bitter because you share them. Drink now, and may the cup of your lives be sweet and full to running over!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Third Annual Open House ~Craft Sale

Friday December 2nd 4-8pm
Saturday December 3rd 12-8pm
Sunday December 4th 12-5pm

Shop for locally made crafts,
sample wines from the Endless Mountains,
enjoy delicious food and good company!

7211 Bear Creek Boulevard, Route 115
Bear Creek Township, PA

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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Rain and humidity have dominated our weather this summer in NEPA and nothing is drying in the studio. I recycled this clay from my slop bucket a week ago. It's been on the plaster slab the entire week and I could barely wedge it today. It's still really soft and sticky.
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