Welcome to the SHOP!
Most items you'll see in the shop are made to order. If we have stock of a particular item, we'll send you some photos of what we have - and, if you like what you see, we'll ship them out. More likely, is that we will make-to-order what's in your cart.
Three weeks is the usual time from creation to ready-to-ship, most of which is drying time and firing, however we don't fire the kiln everyday (every week, at best), so the overall duration could be longer. And then there's postage.
Of course, pick-up is preferred over postage - Australia Post are good, but not perfect. We offer both Noosaville and Maleny as pick-up locations - both beautiful places to visit and to make an adventure out of ...
If you select postage of your delivery option, you will learn the we tend to over-package everything we send out, and whilst this might make the postage a little more expensive, it will arrive will all beaks and legs intact ...
Naturally, if you want something that you don't see here - just contact us and we'll see what we can come up with.
These delightful little creatures look fabulous inside or out!
The Fried Mudd guinea fowl is thrown on the wheel, then hand-crafted in to the required shape. They are typically about 15cm tall but we've been known to make much taller (and smaller) ones.
Let us know your preference
A Fried Mudd Classic
These delightful little fellows are created in my studio in Noosaville. I simply love kookaburras – their laughter in the morning reminds me to be grateful that I live in such a beautiful region.
This life-like sculpture is Raku fired for its uniqueness.
Magpies of Murer Drive 🐦⬛
These playful little creatures always make me smile (although not so much in September). They are so cheeky and so Australian!
Mid fired, with steel legs and an acrylic finish. They are certainly suitable for outdoors, so you can put them on a fence or in a tree. 😁
If you think someone you know might like to purchase one of these products, you can buy them a Gift Voucher! They can use the voucher in the Noosaville Gallery, here in the online shop and towards any workshop in the Calendar.