Bob and Corina Neher opened their Oregon pottery studio in 1981. Bob's interest in pottery began in high school when his instructor introduced him to throwing and his interest grew from there. After graduation, pottery was done in his spare time in an effort to perfect his craft. Corina's interest in pottery also began in high school and upon meeting Bob, she worked with him in perfecting the art. They were married the same year the studio was established. They are a great team as Bob does the throwing and firing while Corina works on the glazing and decorating.
Each handmade, hand decorated piece is fired at 2200 degrees Fahrenheit and are lead free, dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe. All of the clay used at the studio is of the highest grade giving it a smooth texture and high density. They prepare and mix all their own glazes in order to control the contents. There are twelve steps in making a quality piece of pottery, the final one being to inspect each piece to ensure the finest handmade quality possible.