Night Lady or Sagittarius

Night Lady Sagittarius MugInspired by mythology and old Celtic coins--and the moonlight shining in a window--the lady archer riding her moon-pale horse against a backdrop of stars has many interpretations: many see her as a female interpretation of Sagittarius (November 23 - December 21); others see her as Rhiannon, Epona, Diana, or Artemis. And yet other descriptions have people given her admiring the design as they pass through our booth. The details of the shape and painting will vary from piece to piece since each is individually hand-made. Sagittarius:  .

  • Sagittarius Cupoctopus
  • Sagittarius Mugoctopus
Medium Cup or Mug
14-16oz handless cup    $31
16oz handled cup    $41
Shape
  • Sagittarius Bowloctopus
Bowl
5-6" across
$31
  • Night lady Serving Bowl, view 1octopus
  • Night lady Serving Bowl, view 2octopus
  • Night lady Serving Bowl, view 3octopus
  • Night lady Serving Bowl, view 4octopus
Serving Bowl
7-8" across
$59
  • Sagittarius Night Lady Plateoctopus
  • Sagittarius Large Plateoctopus
Plate or Large Plate
8-9" dinner plate    $37
10-11" dinner plate    $41
Size
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Platter
13-15" platter
$79
  • Small Night Lady Pitcheroctopus
Small Pitcher
8-10" tall
$59
  • Large Night Lady Pitcheroctopus
Large Pitcher or Bottle
8-10" tall
$79
Shape
  • Night Lady Casserole, view 1octopus
  • Night Lady Casserole, view 2octopus
  • Night Lady Casserole, view 3octopus
Casserole
8" lidded baking dish
$79
1-person Setting
8-9" plate, bowl, & 14oz handless cup     $95
10" plate, bowl, & 16oz handled mug     $105
Set Option


History & Documentation

Inspiration from: Celtic Art. Edited by Barry Raftery in collaboration with Paul-Marie Duval, et al., published in 1990 by Fammarion, ISBN 2-08-013509-0. Pages 77-82 This book contains several coins from Amorica, 1st and 2nd century BC, depicting "[triumphant] Gallic female warriors" riding galloping horses.

Unique & usable, safe for food and drink as well as the modern conveniences such as oven, dishwasher, and microwave. All the designs are drawn free-hand and hand-painted onto the hand-thrown pottery—no molds or stencils used—and our wares are designed sturdy, built to survive years of everyday use.

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