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Oatmeal color rustic napkin rings, gift from Israel, Hebrew words Chag Sameach - Napkin ring set of five table napkin rings.

Oatmeal color rustic napkin rings, gift from Israel, Hebrew words Chag Sameach - Napkin ring set of five table napkin rings.

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Favorited by: 1 person
  • Gift message available

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Description

Rustic napkin rings, a gift from Israel, Hebrew words Chag Samech - Napkin ring set of five table napkin rings. Oatmeal color.

This is a set of five, and it will be sent to you in a gift box.
If you need a different number of napkin rings in a box or want to attach a note, please feel free to contact me.

I made those by hand, from clay, in my pottery studio in Israel.
This clay has a visible grog that makes it appear spotty, earthy, raw.
Those napkin rings are glazed matt, in a glaze that complements the clay it is made of.
There is a stipe of clay that is left unglazed so that it won't stick to the kiln shelf, see pictures for detail.

Each ring measure 3 inches wide, and 0.8 inches tall.
It suits a large fabric napkin more than a small one.

Please don't wait too long to order, as the shipping can take up to three weeks.
Rosh Hashanah this year is early:) It begins at sunset on Sunday, September 9, 2018

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Different saying on napkin rings, when in stock, can be found here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Yoresh?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=24489931
Rustic napkin rings, a gift from Israel, Hebrew words Chag Samech - Napkin ring set of five table napkin rings. Oatmeal color.

This is a set of five, and it will be sent to you in a gift box.
If you need a different number of napkin rings in a box or want to attach a note, please feel free to contact me.

I made those by hand, from clay, in my pottery studio in Israel.
This clay has a visible grog that makes it appear spotty, earthy, raw.
Those napkin rings are glazed matt, in a glaze that complements the clay it is made of.
There is a stipe of clay that is left unglazed so that it won't stick to the kiln shelf, see pictures for detail.

Each ring measure 3 inches wide, and 0.8 inches tall.
It suits a large fabric napkin more than a small one.

Please don't wait too long to order, as the shipping can take up to three weeks.
Rosh Hashanah this year is early:) It begins at sunset on Sunday, September 9, 2018

Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ Ӝ
Different saying on napkin rings, when in stock, can be found here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Yoresh?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=24489931

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I know three weeks to wait for a thing you ordered is a long time, so I always pay for extra in my postage just so you will be able to trace your package and see where it is in its journey across the world to you!
To the United States, the average shipping time is only about ten days. Everywhere else is somewhere in between:)
Pottery glazes are temperamental. It makes handmade pottery fascinating and unique.
I make sure to take as many photos as I can to show you the items from all the angles, not only the extra flattering ones… And I take them again each and every time I open the kiln to stock the shop with the newest batch of pottery.
So it will be similar to the picture, but never exactly the same.
Pottery is breakable, sometimes it can harm on the way to you. Usually, though, it doesn’t. I take pride in sending a new one completely at my expense, and as soon as possible, in the cases, it does break. So there is no need for negotiations and no unpleasant situations are to be expected.
Pottery is fragile, and package handlers can be rough, so I package everything with utmost care. I don't gift wrap, Instead, I bubble wrap. I use a lot of bubble wrap, so your piece will arrive in perfect condition.
When you mark a purchase as a gift, I don't include the price on the packing slip inside the box. But unfortunately, I'm required by law to state the value of the item on customs sticker on the box. So keep that in mind.

I'm always happy to add a personalized note from you with the pottery. Send me a note to print, or write me what you want to be written, and together we will make someone very very happy:)

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