On a cold day enjoy a bowl of hot rice, noodles or a cold salad on a hot day in one of my handmade wheel-turned bowls.
THIS LISTING IS FOR 2 BOWLS
Approximate – 5.5″ (14 cm) across the top
3.5″ (9 cm) high
1 1/2 – 13/4 cup capacity
My bowls are turned on my wheel, therefore, the bowls are not exactly the same size and shape as store-bought bowls. That way you know they are made by hand with love.
COLOUR – Brown and mustard yellow casual striped.
Computer, tablet, and phone screens may cause the colour to look slightly different than what it is. See the colour description above.
Occasionally the glaze creates the top and other areas to have a slightly rough texture. I do not accept returns for these blemishes I have described.
Dishwasher and food-safe.
I turned my bowls from stoneware clay on my potter’s wheel. I then set them aside until they are firmed up to leather clay hard, which normally takes a day. I then trimmed the bottom flat.
I let it sit under plastic to slowly dry the stoneware clay bowl to bone-dry clay. I then fired it in my low-temperature kiln to about 2300 degrees.
These bowls have 2 colours of glaze on them. First I painted three coats of the mustard yellow glaze in rings around the inside and outside of my bowls on then I painted 3 coats of the brown glaze in the blank rings, making sure I overlap the glazes. I am not intentionally precise in my painting as I want a very casual look of stripes going around the inside and outside of the bowls. Along with a full kiln of pottery, these bowls are fired at a temperature of about 2900.
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