Back in August, I posted about a new form I was making (now called a cracker basket) and my experimentation with handles on that form. A little slow, but I have finally gotten around to taking pictures of those six pots. Here they are.
As I wrote then, I was sitting with the pots to determine which handle I liked the best. In the green state, it was definitely crimped. But now that they are all fired and glazed, my opinion is shifting.
Tiny loop holds tremendous appeal. My finger tuck underneath the handle easily. And then there are the colors that are so appealing.
Crimped is not holding as much appeal as it did in the green state, although I do love the distribution of ash on the rim.
One other observation I have on these forms is that a constrasting color on the interior/rim/handle is very attractive.
So what are your thoughts on this motley collection? Any favorites? If so, why?