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Serving Bowl-Frog-Pottery Bowl-Ceramic Bowl-Handmade-Tableware-Teal-Pearl Green Glaze-Stoneware Dish-Ready to Ship

Serving Bowl-Frog-Pottery Bowl-Ceramic Bowl-Handmade-Tableware-Teal-Pearl Green Glaze-Stoneware Dish-Ready to Ship

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Favorited by: 19 people
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Wheel Thrown Pottery Serving Bowl
Climbing Frog
Pearl Green Glaze
High-Fired Stoneware
Oven and Dishwasher Safe
Dimensions 7" Round by 5" Tall
Ready to Ship

A wheel thrown serving bowl finished in a pearl green glaze with a climbing frog added at the lip of the bowl for a whimsical touch.

A bit about the process:

For some people, throwing clay on the potter's wheel can be addictive. It certainly was for me. Once I tried it, I could not stop and that was over 30 years ago. Basically, you put a lump of clay in the middle of a wheel head, start the wheel spinning and, once you get that clay “centered”, you turn it into something beautiful. “Centering” the clay is one of the most important steps in throwing pottery.  If your clay is not centered when you begin to pull up the piece, it will be off balance, and you will fight the clay the whole time. If I am centered, then the clay centers and all goes smoothly. If I am not centered, it's a different story. It is a great metaphor for life...

I work primarily with a white stoneware clay because I love the way the glazes look over the white clay. Stoneware clay is well-suited to creating kitchenware and tableware. It is a clay body that can be fired to a high enough temperature to vitrify it. This means it is not porous and will not absorb moisture or leak when liquid is left in it. It is fired in a pottery kiln to at least 2200° F. You can put it in the dishwasher and in the oven. When putting in the oven, it is best to start with a cold oven and bake no higher than 350°F.

If you are purchasing a gift, please leave a note with your order and I will include a gift message from you.

Please visit my shop's home page to see other items for sale. http://www.cherylwolff.etsy.com

Thanks!
Wheel Thrown Pottery Serving Bowl
Climbing Frog
Pearl Green Glaze
High-Fired Stoneware
Oven and Dishwasher Safe
Dimensions 7" Round by 5" Tall
Ready to Ship

A wheel thrown serving bowl finished in a pearl green glaze with a climbing frog added at the lip of the bowl for a whimsical touch.

A bit about the process:

For some people, throwing clay on the potter's wheel can be addictive. It certainly was for me. Once I tried it, I could not stop and that was over 30 years ago. Basically, you put a lump of clay in the middle of a wheel head, start the wheel spinning and, once you get that clay “centered”, you turn it into something beautiful. “Centering” the clay is one of the most important steps in throwing pottery.  If your clay is not centered when you begin to pull up the piece, it will be off balance, and you will fight the clay the whole time. If I am centered, then the clay centers and all goes smoothly. If I am not centered, it's a different story. It is a great metaphor for life...

I work primarily with a white stoneware clay because I love the way the glazes look over the white clay. Stoneware clay is well-suited to creating kitchenware and tableware. It is a clay body that can be fired to a high enough temperature to vitrify it. This means it is not porous and will not absorb moisture or leak when liquid is left in it. It is fired in a pottery kiln to at least 2200° F. You can put it in the dishwasher and in the oven. When putting in the oven, it is best to start with a cold oven and bake no higher than 350°F.

If you are purchasing a gift, please leave a note with your order and I will include a gift message from you.

Please visit my shop's home page to see other items for sale. http://www.cherylwolff.etsy.com

Thanks!

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I want my work to get to you in perfect condition so it is carefully packed. If something should be damaged in shipping, please save the damaged item and packing materials so I can file a claim. I will either refund your money (including shipping) or replace the piece.

It is important to me that you enjoy having and using my work. If for any reason you receive something that you are not happy with, please contact me. I will be happy to work with you to exchange it for another item or provide a refund once it is returned to me unused.

Shipping policies

Shipping is either Fed Ex or USPS. I use whichever is less expensive based on the items you are purchasing. I use recycled packing materials - recycled peanuts, bubble wrap and recycled boxes- whenever possible. If you are purchasing a gift and would like me to use new boxes and packing materials for your gift, please let me know when you place the order. There is no extra charge.

International Buyers - I do want to ship to you! Please convo me with your shipping information and I will get right back to you with the shipping costs.

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