Underneath are several of her ceramic sculpting tools, along with leather supplies, glues, and a one-inch canister of white-gold luster that typically costs upwards of $50. Counts buys all of her tools and materials locally, most of them from Portland’s Georgie’s Ceramic and Clay.
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Underneath are several of her ceramic sculpting tools, along with leather supplies, glues, and a one-inch canister of white-gold luster that typically costs upwards of $50. Counts buys all of her tools and materials locally, most of them from Portland’s Georgie’s Ceramic and Clay.