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201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

STORE HOURS

SUN By Appt

MON By Appt

TUE 11-4

WED 11-4

THUR 11-5

FRI 11-4

SAT 11-4

or by appointment outside open hours.

Gina DeSantis Ceramics

Porcelain Chime | Round Ringer

$ 40.00

Some call these chimes while others call them bells. In any case they make a lovely sound and can be hung both indoors and outdoors.

Each one is hand formed and they will very slightly from piece to piece. These single chimes are made from porcelain clay and are left raw and un-glazed for a matte finish.

Strung on heavy duty jute.

Approximate size: The bell is 4 inches wide x 3 inches tall.

We recommend bringing chimes indoors during winter months.

Handmade in Lakewood, Ohio, USA

 

Gina DeSantis Ceramics strives to create well crafted dinnerware for your home and restaurant. She has created one of a kind products for Rising Star Coffee and Fresh Fork Market. Her dinnerware can be found at Cork Tree Restaurant and Ushabu in Tremont. In addition Gina's work has been featured in Ceramics Monthly,  Better Homes & Gardens, Midwest Living, Uncommon Goods, Edible Cleveland and Cleveland Magazine. 

After completing her MFA in ceramics from Kent State University in 2006, Gina went on to become a visual merchandiser in home furnishings while continuing to teach ceramics part time. In 2013 she opened her classroom space in Lakewood, Ohio and since its conception it has become the premier clay classroom in the Cleveland area.