When you own Jackie Jackson Ceramics, you receive a part of my heart. High quality, beautifully hand-built ceramics that are functional and decorative. It's "Art for Everyday Life!"
Variety is the spice of life and I love using nature to inspire the pieces I create. For starters, you'll find bowls, plates, platters, vases, jewelry and wall pockets. And there's more to explore.
I enjoy mixing hand-painted images alongside carved and pressed textures. Turning a gingko leaf impression into a tutu for a ballerina. An oak leaf gets rolled over with a basketball to create double impressions. Ferns play well alongside paisley stamp patterns. Even a ganesh elephant turns into a fun necklace.
Passion is at the heart of my designs!
Many designs are food, microwave and dishwasher safe.
If you have an idea for a special item, let's collaborate. Bespoke Orders are welcome!
If you're interested in an item that is out of stock, don't worry, I can recreate similar pieces.
Reach out to me and let's talk ceramics!
What are your delivery options?
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is the preferred delivery option.
How do I track my order?
Once your order has shipped, you will receive an email with your USPS Tracking Number. You can access the USPS website and track your order using the USPS Tracking Number provided.
Do you provide International shipping?
International shipping is available. Shipping costs will vary depending on your delivery location.
How long does it take to finish a piece?
Some pieces can take up to 8 weeks to complete. If a piece takes more time, you will be informed along the process.
How do I pay for a Commissioned Piece?
Once you've received an invoice, full payment is required within the time provided. Once payment is received and processed production begins on your Commissioned Piece.
Can I change my mind or cancel my order once I've placed a Commissioned order? Unfortunately, since commissioned pieces are special orders, if you decide to cancel, you will not receive a refund. There may be an opportunity to make a change to the design, but that depends on where it is along the process. You'll need to discuss that directly with the artist.