Daisy Dog Studio

March 17, 2006

Daisy Dog Studio
I recently discovered Emily McCoy’s playful porcelin tableware at Daisy Dog Studio, her company named after her pit bull Daisy. Items all have sweet little Daisy on the bottom, a once abused and abandoned pit bull that Emily rescued and simply adores. Emily, a New Hampshire native, was trained in textile design but turned to pottery when she was pregnant. She got her start at paint-your-own ceramics studios, purchasing items and letting her creative imagination run wild. Fond of the craft, she invested in a kiln and progressed from there. Now, she has her own business in New York’s Tribeca, complete with a retail space and online shopping available via her website. I love the colors, the country charm and the energy of the pieces. Do you?

I’m signing off for the weekend, still awaiting some photos of the Houston “mystery” retail space so we can all tour it together next week… I hope you have a great weekend! I’ll see you on Monday with more Fresh Finds – including a surprise!

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(photos credit of Daisy Dog Studio)


  • Reply Kim March 18, 2006 at 2:33 pm

    What lovely work she does! So vibrannt and fun! Reminds me of Kandinsky’s concentric circles:)

    I’m happy that I have discovered your blog – I’m a decorating buff who is currently remodeling. I’m trying to patiently wait for the dust to settle so that I can start decorating my home again! Until then, I just live vicariously through sites like yours:)

  • Reply valben March 18, 2006 at 10:42 pm

    Love her work, thanks for the link, c’est frais.
    Love your blog to, blogrolled !

  • Reply Anonymous March 19, 2006 at 6:47 pm

    This blog is so cool, I can’t wait to tell my friends at work tomorrow about it. I have a daisy dog vase and it is so pretty.

    I’ll be back for sure.


  • Reply D?ra February 26, 2007 at 4:25 am

    Beautiful your blog. The “porcelana”, I love it.
    Your works are lovely.


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