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DO NOT buy this listing; sorry if I sound pushy! Be next in line for your own pile of porcelain fortune cookies! Not in stock at the moment; just contact me to let me know you would like a set of 12, or 24, or more. I'll post a custom listing for you when they are ready. I've taken many orders for these, so I'm promising the next batch in time for the holidays. If you order now, your listing will be up by the 2nd week of December.

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 future, I plan on offering these as Holiday Tree Ornaments. Keep an eye out for those, or convo me to order some. They will be the same price.)

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!

IMPORTANT: Do not purchase or pay at this point. Just contact me, and I will make a listing for you when your cookies are ready. Thanks.

ORDERS only Please- Porcelain Fortune Cookies Set of 12