Photo N16: Stoneware displayed in Ronald Graber's hutch ($165.00) includes piggy bank ($32.00; currently sold out), honey pot ($14.00), plate ($10.00; currently sold out), salt crocks ($9.00 each; one left), baled batter jug ($20.00; sold), and baled butter crock ($20.00; sold). The hand-forged, 98 percent silver, miniature rooster on top is made by a Cambodian artisan and is $85.00. More animal shapes can be seen below ($85.00 each for the cat, pig, and dog) and by clicking here.
In Photo D5 (above), all of the wooden-handled (baled) items are $20.00 each. The butter crock is sold. In the photo below, the miniature, 98-percent silver, handcrafted Cambodian cat, pig, and dog are $85.00 each. To see more of the Cambodian miniature silver animals, click here.
Photo NP (above): Jane's four-place-setting stoneware set is $160.00. Although this set is sold, we can special order sets with about a two-month timeline. Below in Photo NR, the spongeware pitchers and bowls are $14.00 each, and the brown/cream jugs are $9.00 each. Sold.
Photo NH: The cabinet pictured here, made by Jane's father Ronald Graber, is $110.00. The 2011 Christmas plate (the last one left) is $14.00, the honey pot is $14.00 (sold), the bean pot, is $12.00, the piggy bank is $32.00, and the brown/cream jug is $9.00.
Photo NJ: These Jane pieces include a stoneware cookie jar ($14.00, sold), stoneware salt crock ($9.00, sold), redware flower pot ($22.00), and stoneware nesting bowl set ($14.00).
Jane Graber's 2012 Christmas plates are $12.00 each (three still available). Please email us at graberfoundgmail.com if you are interested in plates or anything else on this page or on our page of Jane's specialty pots.
Jane Graber Miniature Pottery
Oldest sister Jane Graber is the pottery of the Graber family, and she has been making miniature pottery for more than 30 years. This website and Found, a storefront gallery in downtown Goshen, Indiana, are owned by Jane's younger sister Ann and her husband Keith Graber Miller, and we function as Jane's primary online outlet. Usually Jane's work is only available directly from her -- at one of her handful of shows around the country each year -- or through us here at Found. Jane was featured in the December 2012 edition of American Miniaturist, so we especially welcome first-time visitors to our site.
Jane is known by miniature collectors nationally and internationally, and her 1" scale work -- all spun on a wheel, hand-crafted, hand-painted, signed, and dated -- is in great demand and difficult to come by. Her salt-glaze crocks ($12.00 here) and two-handled jugs ($14.00 here) often sell for several times that amount on eBay, even though she is still an active potter. Her work includes salt-glaze pieces on this page as well as redware, wood-fired pots, and other specialty pieces, most of which are based on 18th- and 19th-century folk pottery or pots from the 20th-century Arts and Crafts period.
Pots posted here are ones we have in stock (as noted) as of 25 November 2012. This is our last posting until May 2013 since our family will be in Cambodia from early December through mid-April 2013.
Click here to see additional Jane Graber pottery, as of Thanksgiving Day, and click here to see related miniature icons and furniture. Cabinets are, for the most part, made by retired surgeon Dr. Ronald Graber, Ann and Jane's father, who uses his precise surgical skills to craft the 1" scale cabinets to showcase Jane's work, with working drawers and doors.
Jane's work sells quickly, so please make your requests as soon as possibly by emailing us at graberfoundgmail.com. To see additional Jane Graber pots, click here. To inquire about these or similar Jane Graber pieces, you can reach us by clicking here or writing to us at graberfoundgmail.com. To see other Graber family art, click here. Other Found artifacts include icons from Bulgaria, pieces from Africa, Asia, Cuba, and elsewhere around the globe.
Photo D5 (above): Jane's Tea for Two tea set is $38.00. In photo D6 (further above), the two mortar and pestel sets are $10.00 each. Two photos above (Photo D7) are a $14.00 butter churn and an unusual platter ($12.00, sold).
The small sideboard cupboard pictured here, by Jane's father Ronald Graber, is $98.00 , the tea for two set is $38.00, the butter churn is $14.00, the stoneware pitcher is $10.00, the brown/cream jug is $9.00, and the stoneware plate is $10.00. To see some of Jane's specialty pots, click here. To see related silver miniatures and miniature Orthodox icons from Bulgaria, click here.