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Small, wheel-thrown bowl in a beautiful turquoise, blue-green, teal color. I covered the exterior with individually hand-applied slip dots. The matte finish makes the piece look like a tiny archaeological artifact. The dotty form itself is somewhat like a guanábana or soursop (Google it). This Quantum Dot bowl is one of a series, with more to come. One of a kind, a painstaking labor of love. Signed. High-fired stoneware.

Clay color: White
Glaze: Periwinkle (a matte happy turquoise blue with organic ilmenite surface pattern)
Dimensions: Diameter: 4.5” Height: 2.5”


** Additional information about the proper care of ceramics **

My ceramics are food-, oven- and microwave safe. However, periwinkle glaze, while completely safe, does not tend to look good if you get citrus juice (or vinegar, or other acidic substances) on it. It might leave behind a slight “ghost” mark. Thus it’s better to use this bowl for containing dry items.

Wash with warm soapy water and dry the piece by hand as it is gentler on the glaze surface.


LIVE OUTSIDE THE US? I am happy to ship certain items internationally via USPS Priority. I have not listed all the shipping costs for countries I ship to, so please contact me for a shipping quote.

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Turquoise Blue Small Ceramic Bowl with Swiss dots / Wheel-Thrown and Sliptrailed / "QUANTUM DOT A"

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ceramics, pottery, clay, stoneware, glaze
  • Only ships to United States from Massachusetts, United States.
  • Feedback: 69 reviews
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