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Small handmade ceramic bowl with Victorian image of cats singing on a quarter moon made of flowers. A perfect trinket dish or decorative accent for any table!

I made this bowl from a thin slab of porcelain clay which I laid over plaster a mould that I cast. It is glazed on the outsides with a soft satin buttercream matte, and glazed on the interior with pistachio green satin matte. I added a line of black gloss glaze around the rim, which breaks nicely into both the green and cream glazes. After firing in the kiln to 2130 F, I added a decal laser image of a 2 singing cats, and refired to 1954 F. The decal is fired on and is permanent.

The bowl measures about 4 3/4" wide and sits 1 1/4" high. This is perfect for serving treats or just creating a delightful accent to any table.

I'm working on a new serving bowl series...stay tuned for more!!

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Singing Cats on Flower Moon - sweet little handmade ceramic bowl with Victorian image - pistachio green and black - decorative


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