Once they were sterling spoons hiding away…

Having fun re-purposing antique silverplate – especially love Art Nouveau floral patterns!

Recently found some beautiful Gorham and R. Wallace sterling spoons and converted them to wearable pendants.

I will be at Sweet Home High School for their spring Basket and Craft Show Dollars for Scholars  1901 Sweet Home Road • Amherst, NY 14228

Saturday, March 17  9 to 3



First Show of the Season!

You’ve Gotta Have Art Festival

Clarence Presbyterian Church

March 3 and 4


Just finished two raku fired pieces for the show…meet matte & crackle!




Revised Fall Show Schedule

Sunday, October 22, 10-3 Parkside Artisan Market

Wednesday, November 8  11-3  Private Holiday Party

Saturday, November 11     11-6  Psychic & Craft Fair Fundraiser, Center for Self Advocacy

Sunday, November 12        9-3   St. Andrew’s Holiday Craft & Gift Show 

Saturday, November 18     9-2   St. Paul’s Eggertsville Holiday Bazaar

More holiday shows and details to follow!

Just a few of the items I have been busy creating for my upcoming shows:


Hand-finished solid sterling silver bracelet cuffs $25


Raku-fired leaf pendants on leather cords $10


Succulents in raku-fired and horse hair pots $20 to $50


Raku-fired, horse hair, and pottery leaves $5 to $60



Recycled copper “Cuffaloes” $25



September shows…

I am excited to be a first time vendor at Lockwood’s 10th Annual Fall Festival

Saturday, September 9   9-5

I have been busy creating one of a kind raku-fired pottery and unique jewelry for them and the second Parkside Artisan Market

Sunday, September 17

For those unfamiliar with raku pottery: 

Each one-of-a-kind piece is wheel thrown or handmade, bisque fired, and decorated with metallic glazes. While the pot is still very hot, it is removed carefully from the kiln and placed in a can full of paper, straw, or leaves. The material catches fire and the can is closed tightly to begin the de-oxidation process.  Smoke and fire work together to create a unique, one of a kind piece of ceramic art.   This unique pottery is decorative only and should not be used with food or liquids.  

Photos below show part of the process- because my kilns are small, I am only able to fire a few pieces in each load.


Glowing hot pottery leaves ready to be removed from the kiln


The glowing pottery is carefully placed in the can of newspaper, catches fire, and is quickly closed to begin the de-oxidation process


New raku with leaf impressions


Some of the finished raku leaves


Some of my kiln-fired, fused glass jewelry and re-purposed silverplate

leaf pendants

Raku pottery leaf pendants


Recycled copper “Cuffaloes”


Fused glass and engraved wood embellished stainless steel bottle stoppers

Stay tuned for the rest of my fall and holiday show schedule!

For my many out-of-town friends and family, please feel free to contact me for special items- I will create something just for you!  regina.rexford@gmail.com  716-364-1800


Commission for my wonderful niece, Jill, using horse hair from her two loves…



Parkside Artisan Market & Lockwood’s Fall Festival

I have been busy creating one of a kind raku-fired pottery and unique jewelry for the Parkside Artisan Market

Sunday, August 20 and Sunday, September 17   10 – 3

I will also be a vendor at Lockwood’s 10th Annual Fall Festival

Saturday, September 9   9-5

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