cups / drinking vessels

You can choose many of these pieces to buy and check out in the store. Just specify the piece type and number, then add it in a note at the check out. For example: 12 oz. single #122 , orange flash, green to red interior $45

soda fired porcelain juice cups.

small, 3", $24. medium, 5", $26. large, 6", $28

turquoise, amber, green and midnight blue interiors.

soda fired juice cups, 2.5" to 5" tall, and one vase 8".

Below: Soda fired porcelain cups, one finger handle, color texture weight balance come together here.

I regularly make 3 sizes,.. approximate: large, 16 ounce, medium, 12 ounces, and small, 8 to 10 ounces.

12 oz #125, $45, sold

Orange flash, midnight blue interior glaze, sold

12 oz, #126, $45

second side, 12 oz #126

16 oz cups below

1 of 3, 16 oz, cup #161

side views of the three cups above.

2 of 3, 16 oz, cup #162

3 of 3, 16 oz, cup #163

16 ounce cup, Large #164

side view, #164

Four 16 oz cups, #168

opal flash, #169

turquoise interior, #170

Four 16 oz cups, #171

16 oz, larger handle, #172


Steins from wood and soda kilns. Rugged.

Soda fired Stein #131, sold

#131, 4" tall, 3.5" wide


#131, holds 20 ounces. sold


I'm happy to make cups to order on commission: let me know what you want, I'll take a deposit, and put it into the production schedule. With the atmospheric firing process where pieces are marked and colored by the flames and fire, no two will be exactly alike, but I can repeat sizes, clay types, glaze colors, and flashing spectrum... ( which is the outside color range ), thus dialing in to a certain degree.

cups conve.mp4

A short video from a fall 2020 outdoor open studio that was held at my home and studio. Pictured in this video and below is young artist and potter Dwayne Sackey. Dwayne has worked with me since fall of 2019, and together in 2021, we were one of five teams to be awarded a Studio Potter "Grant for Apprenticeship" .

We both have a studio space at "the clay compound", where were building a new community studio soda kiln, we both live in SE Portland, and both have dogs we love!

Chris Baskin Dwayne Sackey: a short pair of monologues about cups we make.