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Floral Stoneware Catch-all - 2.5"

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Artisan:
Julie Spako - Spako Clay
Material:
Stoneware
Made In:
Austin, Texas

Description

Whether you’re sharing homemade condiments, seasoning your meals, or even looking for an elegant catchall ring dish, this ceramic dipping bowl is an artful addition to any home. Featuring a slab construction and hand-painted floral pattern, this elegant stoneware catchall dish offers the perfect balance of hearty textures and delicate design. Each small bowl carries the signature warmth of fire-kissed red clay and intricately sketched patterns of the artist’s hand. This item is handmade to order just for you! Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

  • Hand-Painted Design - Julie paints each delicate floral motif by hand with contrast underglaze so no two items are exactly the same
  • Microwave & Dishwasher Safe – Each item is made with durable, heat-resilient stoneware clay
  • Mix & Match – Create your own custom kitchenware set by shopping matching pieces from the Spako Clay floral collection
  • Made in the USA – Handcrafted in the hills outside of Austin, Texas
  • Dimensions – 2.5” inches in diameter 

Julie Spako of Spako Clay uses her innate sense of form and line to create masterful, texture-rich ceramic dishware for the grounded modern kitchen. Each item that she creates carries her signature line-work sketches, creating a special connection between the artist, artwork, and owner.

“I love the balance between the complexity of drawing with the irregular nature of hand building pottery. Surface is the most interesting part of ceramics for me."

- Julie Spako, Spako Clay

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