• A Question Of Eagles

    A Question Of Eagles

    Los Angeles, CA

    Husband-and-wife team Melissa Tolar and Jonathan Ballak are committed to making heirloom-quality goods by hand—including their collections of planters, quilts and bowls. We love their ceramic planters, which they throw, carve and then paint with lead-free glazes by hand.

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    “We’re inspired by nature + the American landscape.”

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    To see more, take a tour of their studio on our blog.

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Husband-and-wife team Jonathan Ballak and Melissa Tolar create and hand-carve heirloom-quality clay planters.

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