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Yellow Pottery Kitchen Bowl

Yellow Pottery Kitchen Bowl

Regular price 120.00 NIS
Regular price Sale price 120.00 NIS
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This wheel thrown pottery yellow bowl is both beautiful and practical. Great for mixing and pouring batter or for whipping up eggs for a delicious omelet.

It can also be used as a stylish serving bowl.

I made this bowl on my pottery wheel with a gray speckled clay. I then coated the surface with a rustic yellow hay glaze. 

The bowl has a small, elegant handle on one side. I tweaked the other side to make a handy pouring lip. 

I was inspired to do this after seeing a baby bird with its beak open - waiting for mom to feed it!

» This listing is for one bowl. 
» Handcrafted on my pottery wheel, each item is one-of-a-kind. 
» Lead-free and non-toxic glazes. 
» Dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe. 
» Made of durable stoneware and fired to 1200° C / 2192° F degrees
 

Dimensions Approx:

» 2.8" high x 5.5" diameter (rim) (7 cm x 13.5 cm).
» 16 fl oz / 500ml
 

Please allow 4-6 weeks to make your order.

 

 

Production Time

All orders are made to order.

Please allow 3-6 weeks to make your order.

Big orders will take 6-10 weeks.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any doubts.

Care information

Dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe.

The dishs are suitable for domestic oven use. Do not use it on the stove!

Please do not put a hot dish on a cold surface.

Materials

Made of durable stoneware and fired to 1200°C / 2192°F degrees

Food Safe - lead-free and non-toxic glazes.

More Details

Handcrafted on my pottery wheel, each item is one-of-a-kind. 

All dishes are carefully packed to arrive safely at your home.

Each piece is distinguished by unique characteristics such as
slight variations in size and color due to the handmade process.

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Creative Process

All my pottery items are
individual creations. Each item is unique; no two will ever be exactly alike.
Most of my output is functional – dinner plates, bowls, cups, mugs, vases - for
everyday use or special occasions.

How It's Made