After making pinch pots for a few years, I took on making pitchers as an interesting pinch pot challenge. While the top could still be untrimmed, at least a portion of the lip needed to have a clear function----it needed to be able to pour! Like teapots, they are hard-working vessels. They also make great vases. The glaze pattern on the left is the sole exception to the rule that all of my glazes are hand brushed. The tan overcoat is poured over a hand brushed black undercoat. I then scratch a lot of it off, so the undercoat peaks through.