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Blue Maple Leaf 2 Quart Casserole

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Yes, you can bake in it. You can microwave in it. You can serve in it.

For a REALLY long life with a stoneware casserole, I always suggest that as you are gathering the ingredients for your recipe, run hot tap water on the piece. Stoneware doesn't mind the heat (this piece has been to 2400 degrees F and back and lived to tell about it). But it doesn't take well to severe shock -- cold to hot/hot to cold.

It was 1979 when I first picked a leaf from the silver maple behind my small (8’X16’) shop, walked back into the shop, stuck the leaf on a pot, and brushed colored clay over it. Now, thirty years later, that pattern is still one of the most popular of all my pottery. Oh, the pots have changed quite a bit over those years – but that pattern and those colors are still pretty much the same.

The appeal to me is that the colored clay gives dimension to the color. It’s not just a flat blue color. In fact, it’s a rather vague grey-to-blue color that I find pleasing in its subtlety.

The second from the bottom image shows this casserole with its little one-quart brother. The bottom-most image is Crush (the orange cat) stalking some unsuspecting insect.

Thanks for looking at my pots!

John

Blue Maple Leaf 2 Quart Casserole

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: stoneware
  • Feedback: 977 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Indiana, United States.
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