About

Thank you for visiting SebellShavit Studio. My name is Rach SebellShavit, I am a potter living in Arlington, Massachusetts. I make utilitarian pottery using stoneware clay. My love of clay began when I was 7 years old at summer camp. I was so captivated by clay that I used the money from my bat mitzvah and babysitting when I was 13 to buy my first potters wheel. My love of pottery continued through high-school into college and in 2004 I graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Ceramics. It was at RISD where my love of the potter’s wheel transformed beyond the potter’s wheel into a love of many ceramic techniques – slab, slip cast, and potter’s wheel. Today I make work using a variety of techniques to create utilitarian pottery that can be used in modern daily life. All of my pottery is dishwasher and microwave safe, and lead-free.

 

Where To Find Our Pottery

Schedule Studio Visit
If you’d like to visit the studio, please email me at rachsebellshavit@gmail.com to set up an appointment.

On Etsy
Check out SebellShavit Studio on Etsy. Interested in a custom order? email rachsebellshavit@gmail.com to discuss.

Studio Policies

Payments Accepted

PayPal, Credit Cards, and Etsy Gift Cards accepted for online purchases. We charge MA Sales tax for customers in Massachusetts at 6.25% and remit to the state Massachusetts.

Refunds
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds may be requested within 7 days of order delivery. Return shipping will be the buyer’s responsibility. After the item is received in original condition to the shop, I will issue a refund minus original shipping fees. Please use the original packaging to protect the item and consider insuring the return shipment. Items that are returned broken will not be refunded.

If an order is damaged in shipping, I will offer a refund of all monies. Buyer must supply a photo of the damaged item for verification, with the original packaging, and comply with insurance claims to the shipper.

No refunds on custom orders.

Please note that variances in color and form during the manufacturing process of kiln-firing are not flaws, but are part of this art form. Our shop cannot be responsible for color variances caused by the settings of computer monitors or other viewing devices. Please allow for some variance.