Pinch was founded as Pinch Pottery in 1973 by three female potters who considered themselves renegades — they preferred to make pinch pots, didn't know how to throw, and didn't care to! In their spirit, Pinch continues to carry artists' work we find interesting, unconventional, and beautiful.
Originally a working studio, teaching space, and gallery -- a "pottery" -- in the basement of Thornes Marketplace, Northampton, the business became Pinch in 1987 when it moved to Main Street as shop and gallery.
Supporting the artists we buy from, displaying their work beautifully, and providing heart-felt customer service, is our mission. A core value of ours is respect: for each other, the artists we proudly work with, and everyone who walks through our door.
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Adorable Dog Plate
Hannah builds functional pots out of white stoneware from her studio in Massachusetts. Hannah says she loves the immediacy of the connection people make with images of animals. Pattern and color anchor my animals to the pots. They serve as frames, and backgrounds, so that the animals exist in their own narrow space around the pots.
This ceramic plate by Hannah Niswonger features the cutest dog.
Measures approximately 10"x10"
Made in Massachusetts. One of a Kind.