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Okay, I guess these may need a little explaining. So I have some obsessive compulsive tendencies.

I started making porcelain fortune cookies at a time in my career when I had no idea of what to make at that moment.
I remembered when Mr. Rogers went to tour a fortune cookie factory. (That is why these are being filed under "Random".)

Now I enjoy making them as a break in between other pieces, whenever I need a little down-time.

In the meantime, these look great in a bowl as a centerpiece. I have also discovered that they will work well as place-card holders, as in the 2nd photo. Great fun for a dinner party or a wedding. Contact me if you would like a larger quantity.

They are made of the same porcelain as my other work. The intentional lack of color is meant to keep people from trying to eat them.
That said, I wouldn't keep them anywhere that small children could get a hold of them.

They are 2 inches round, and about 1 1\/4" high at the middle of the cookie. About the same size as a real fortune cookie.
They do not have fortunes inside (People have asked); the paper would burn up in the kiln. So don't try to break them apart; you may cut yourself!
Fired to cone 10 (2380 degrees F), they are very durable and can be cleaned in the dishwasher if they get dusty. Each is hand-sculpted, not molded, so each one is slightly different. Just like real cookies!

They will come to you in a Chinese Take-out box- new, not used... That would be rude!

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I will be out of my studio from June 2-10. Anything ordered during that time will ship on June 11.
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Porcelain Fortune Cookies- Set of 12- in stock

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  • Material: porcelain
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