Pacific Green small Bowl with Lid
Ordering & Availability
Due to the handcrafted nature of these items, we produce a limited quanity each month. Most orders are shipped in 2-6 weeks.
If you would like to request a custom item or set of items, please contact us. I can make items in smaller or larger sizes, as well as customized sets for home or commercial use.
We Ship Worldwide
Our ceramics can be shipped anywhere in the US and Internationally. For international orders, please contact us for a shipping estimate.
The details of this handmade ceramic bowl look as if you were studying the back of an Aspen tree, growing in a Pacific Northwest National Forest.
I called this glaze Aspen, as it reminds me of an Aspen Tree bark with its brown and pink hues or the orange flashes on the bare clay. It is a white-light gray thick glaze, which its unique translucency is enhanced by the blue-gray brushstrokes shown from underneath. Each piece and vessel are slightly different with their brushstroke variants, movement and tones. The vibrant hues and fine details of this plate make for the perfect canvas to plate your hand-crafted food creations.
Cook, warm up in the oven, soak overnight or store in the refrigerator, all in one bowl with a tight-fit lid that has a dramatic comfortable knob. Being inspired by the depth of the glaze and the movement of the brushstrokes, you could hear the sounds of wind in the trees and the rustling of leaves when you serving your warm dish on the table.
All of my handmade ceramics are one of a kind, with intricate details that make each piece a unique work of art. Each Aspen Plate will have a special, unique canvas of color tones. It may range from a shiny finish, to a matte look, to a stone-like appearance depending upon where it is placed in the kiln. No two pieces are the same.
Learn how each piece is made in my guide to high-fire ceramics.
- One bowl
- Height – 10″
- Diameter –10″
- Dishwasher Safe
- Microwave Safe
The Art of High-Fire Ceramics
Learn about the history of ceramics. Explore the differences between materials, glazes, firing processes. Find out what makes InFerment tableware products so exceptional.