Terms & Conditions – Courses

Terms & Conditions – Products

Please review these sales terms and conditions before you make a purchase.  Thank you!

Shipping is currently only available in Ireland.

Please contact me to arrange Click & Collect from my studio in Dublin 15, Ireland.

All pieces in the shop are priced individually – unless otherwise stated.

All pieces in the Ceramic Forms Shop have been hand-made and sculpted by Michelle Maher in her studio in Dublin, Ireland.

Due to the nature of unique hand-built ceramics please note dimensions are approximate.  Each piece is also glazed and fired individually so again there can be variation in colours and texture.

Large-scale sculptures will require installation after purchase, please note installation costs are not included in the sale price.  For further details please contact me.

All products remain the property of Ceramic Forms (the vendor) until full payment has been fully made.

When you shop online in the EU you have the right to a “cooling-off” period of 14 calendar days where you can withdraw from the sale and return your piece.  If your order has been dispatched or collected, you will have to return the product in order to receive a refund and you must  pay for the cost of returning the piece.

Please note: All products must be returned in their original packaging with all enclosed documentation and the piece must be in perfect condition – the buyer is responsible for the safe return of the piece.  The buyer must cover the cost of shipping & arrange delivery back to my studio themselves.  The buyer is responsible for any damage incurred in transit.

Sales policies may be amended at any time.  Errors and omissions excepted.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or difficulties.  Thank you for your custom!

Close-up. Ceramic outdoor sculpture - Fusion by Michelle Maher, exhibited at Sculpture in Context 2010 at the The National Botanic Gardens, Dublin. The piece is inspired by fungi and coral forms in nature and was sculpted in a crank stoneware clay body, fired to Cone 8 in an electric kiln. www.ceramicforms.com
Award winning ceramic water sculpture - Symmetry by Michelle Maher. Shown here at Sculpture in Context 2012 in The National Botanic Gardens in Dublin. Inspired by Dahlia and Coral forms, it was sculpted in my own grogged paper clay body and high fired in an electric kiln. www.ceramicforms.com
Ceramic outdoor sculpture - Fauna or Flora? by Michelle Maher. Shown here at Sculpture in Context 2014 in The National Botanic Gardens, Dublin. The piece was inspired by orange peel fungi, sea slugs and lettuce coral, it was hand sculpted and modelled in a crank clay body and high fired in an electric kiln to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com