Paying Attention to Details to Make a Comfortable Functional Handle

The handle on my Mike Jabbur coffee mug is one of my absolute favorites in my collection. The ear-shaped curve at the top of the handle is just perfect for my fingers to comfortably nestle into, and is now a shape I seek out in a handle…and something I have been incorporating into my own work.

It’s these details that make all of the difference. In today’s clip, an excerpt from his DVD Precise Imprecision: Strengthening Throwing Skills to Create Dynamic Functional Pottery, Mike demonstrates his handle making process and discusses the details he considers to make them function well. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor


 


This clip was excerpted from Precise Imprecision: Strengthening Throwing Skills to Create Dynamic Functional Pottery, which is now available as a digital download or DVD in the Ceramic Arts Daily Shop!


To learn more about Mike Jabbur or to see more images of his work, please visit http://www.mikejabbur.com/.

 

 

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