Eliza Clay Pottery

I make pottery vessels of all kinds from large flower vases to tiny sea salt table pots. Whether you’re interested in collaboration, are a business in need of specialty items or simply a pottery lover needing some dishes for your home, get in touch by filling out the form below and I’ll email you back as soon as possible. I can ship everywhere, billing for shipping as needed. Cheers!

Eliza Clay began as Hanover Ridge Pottery, originally launched in rural Eastern Ohio.  Clay body is mid to high-fired Stoneware fired to temperatures ranging from approximately 2,200-2,380 degrees F. Pots are rooted in Japanese and English forms and fueled by my love for wind, weather and water.

As this website is a work in progress and a “shopping cart” system is in the works, my ordering system is via direct messages. To order, email me/ fill out the form!

Organic Flower Vase, Pebble with Turquoise blush. 5″ high. Timberline Stoneware, $32
Surf + Pebble Decorative Bowl. Timberline Stoneware. 2 3/4 ” high, 7 1/2″ wide. $32
Surf + Pebble Flower Vase. 8 1/2″ high. 6 1/2″ at widest. Timberline Stoneware clay body, $72 (pictured with milk + toast dishes.
Sturdy Condiment Bowls, or “Non-Nippy Toddler Bowl” | Milk +Toast. 2″ high x 3 1/2″ wide. Stoneware. $8 each or: Set of 2 $14 Set of 4: $30


Forest Stacking Bowls with Milk interior. apron. 2″ tall x3 1/2″ wide. Brown Stoneware. | $36 Set of 3.
Shallow Condiment Bowls. Berkeley glaze. $12 Set of 2.
interior of shallow condiment, above.
Trio of vases, 6 1/2″ high. Berkeley glaze. Timberline Clay Body. $22 each or $60
Family Pencil Pot 1| 5 1/2″ high |Coastal Redwood glaze. Stoneware. | $22



Serving or Salad Bowl, Berkeley glaze. 10″ x 4″ height. Timberline Stoneware clay body. $28
Serving Bowl, 4″ high x 8 1/2″ wide. Redwood Forest glaze. Brown Stoneware. $42
Tiny Cups for Tiny Hands (or whisky sipper.) apron. 2 1/2″ tall. Perfect for toddlers or for adults who like to have their special drink in a clay cup. Redwood Forest glaze. $8 each or $20 set of 3.
Water Cup, 4″ high, Milk + Toast glaze. Stoneware Clay body. $10

A firm believer in the importance of beauty in the everyday, I’m always trying to merge beauty + function. My wheel-thrown pottery, ranging from tea bowls and children’s water-cups to large vases and salad bowls, is created primarily for the home, suitable for little and large hands alike (inspired by children who imitate) and artfully created homes with several practical needs.

I also have my own signature dishes such as the Tiny Cups for Tiny Hands, Tea-Steeping Bowls and Table Sea Salt Pots.

All dishes are oven, dishwasher and microwave safe. They are also non toxic, so are safe for all kitchen/tabletop use. My colors and various lines are evolving, so check back at the home page for updates.

Eliza Clay is offering custom pottery for restaurants, gardeners, cafes and florists, so if there’s something in particular you’re looking to have made, I’d love to collaborate! Some examples of my range as a potter are: slab vases for walls, accent bud vases and shorter dining room table vases, gorgeous cocktail cups,  whisky-sipping cups and sushi + sake dishes! I also love to collaborate with blacksmiths, leather-smiths and wood workers.  If interested, fill out the form below or just email me here: elizaclayandpaper@gmail.com

The shells used for decoration on the sides of my pottery I collected from the shores of the Puget Sound here in Washington State. The spirit, coastlines and music of of Scotland, Ireland and England where I lived for a while is a huge influence on my work. On my smaller pots, I sign with my Celtic ring ( pictured below in the collage) that I bought at age 18 from a silversmith in Edinburgh. It has mysteriously stayed with me throughout all these years despite losing every other piece of jewelry… (Ask me the story sometime of it’s loss and incredible discovery a decade+ later…)

I draw inspiration from potters Bernard Leach, Shoji Hamada, Warren MacKenzie, Michael Cardew…to name a few… I currently fire my work at c/6 Electric but my goal is to to do woodfiring in climbing chamber kilns such as the Anagama.


Contact elizaclayandpaper@gmail.com or (360)907-2487 with all pottery inquiries. Announcements will be made when pots go up for sale.



I also teach CHILDREN’S CLAY CLASSES! To sign up or receive more info contact: elizaclayandpaper@gmail.com or (360)907-2487



To place an order or get in touch with any questions, please fill out this form and I’ll get back to you as soon as I am able. Do know that there is a queue and I’m backed up with projects and orders right now until March 2019.