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Production time is anywhere between 8 to 12 weeks
(possibly more) depending on the size of the order
or if we have to make your items from scratch,
unless you pick from shapes we keep in stock
at the time of the inquiry (bisque only) ...
and all we need to do is glaze to your color preference.
This timing does not include shipping.

Thank you for your patience and understanding ...
and watch Humble Ceramics grow - one piece at a time.

Thank you for being part of this artist' s growing "L.A. story".

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Nov 4, 2013

Twig & Twine is now open and featured in Daily Candy

 Congratulations Heather on the opening!! And on being featured in Daily Candy. 
The store looks amazing.

If burning a scented candle is your idea of lighting up and hydrangea is your shrub of choice, consider Twig & Twine your new neighborhood petal pusher.

Heather Williams’s newly opened flower-slash-gift shop sprang from a childhood spent roaming her family’s Sonoma County gardens, combined with her art school roots and the desire to expand her flourishing floral event design business.

Wood fixtures and gallery-white walls provide a blank canvas for seasonal buds (carted in fresh from the neighboring L.A. Flower Mart) and a thoughtful selection of giftables: locally fired Humble Ceramics, design-centric coffee table books, Big Sur Country Soap bars, Sugar Paper stationery, and Izola goods for men.

Pop in to pluck a bouquet of dainty ranunculus or manly proteas (contrary to popular belief, certain guys dig flowers). Scout the adjoining workshop, where Williams crafts artful arrangements for weddings, dinners, and special occasions big and small. Props from events past — vintage books, driftwood, antique jars — get a second life as merchandising elements.  We can’t get enough.

by Kate Wolfson

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Twig & Twine, 716 North Virgil Avenue, between Marathon Street and Melrose Avenue, Silver Lake (323-660-4100 or