Handmade Sugar bowl, Ceramics and Pottery Sugar Bowl with Lid, Sugar box, Sugar Cellar, Tea Set, Sugar Keeper, Blue and Orange Sugar Bowl

Handmade Sugar bowl, Ceramics and Pottery Sugar Bowl with Lid, Sugar box, Sugar Cellar, Tea Set, Sugar Keeper, Blue and Orange Sugar Bowl



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  • Materials: Ceramic

The Sweetest present. Sugar bowl. Sugar keeper, Sugar container, Sugar bowl with lid, Ceramic sugar bowl

Ceramic Sugar Bowl With Hand Painted Decoration

Approximate measuring: 3.5in/9cm wide (without the handles) by 5.1in/13cm high.
Food safe, microwave safe, dishwasher safe.

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Pottery and ceramics have been an important part of human culture for thousands of years. From prehistoric storage jars to tiles on the space shuttles, pottery and ceramics have played a key role in innumerable human endeavors.

The Process:
(Explore our shop for other stages of ceramics making)

Firing clay transforms it from its humble, soft beginnings into a new substance, ceramic. Ceramics are tough, strong, and very similar in some ways to stone. Pieces of pottery have survived for thousands of years, all due to clay that met fire.
Firing is the process of bringing clay and glazes up to a high temperature. The final aim is to heat the object to the point that the clay and glazes are “mature” – that is, that they have reached their optimal level of melting. (Pots and other clay objects won’t look melted; their melting is on the molecular level.)
Bisque firing is the first time the pots go through high temperature heating. It is done in order to vitrify the clay pots enough that they won’t be harmed when glazes are applied, but not vitrified to such an extent that the glaze won’t adhere correctly.
Once glazes have been applied to the bisqueware and have had a chance to dry, the ware is carefully loaded into the kiln for the glaze firing. Pots cannot be allowed to touch at all, or the glazes will melt together, welding the pots together.
The kiln is heated slowly to the proper temperature to bring the clay and glazes to maturity, and then slowly cooled again. Only after the kiln has cooled will it be opened and unloaded.
Explore our shop for more information about the process of making ceramics.


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marie Feb 26, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Stunning ! wee Sugar bowl ! I love the earthy colors and designs... Well packaged and arrived in perfect condition from Bulgaria to New Zealand.. Thank you :)

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Melodie Gellman Jul 13, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

This sugar bowl is beautifully crafted. I highly recommend this seller.

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Susi Cleveland Sep 27, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Even more beautiful than the picture. My daughter in law will love it! Hope to do business again. Arrived much faster than I expected! Much care was given to the packaging and I appreciated that!

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