Ceramic and glass bowls

We are (and hopefully you are) on the home stretch for being ready for this busy time period between December 24 and January 6. Today, I thought I would focus on small bowls. One of the fun things about walking around the gallery is realizing that there are so many ways that a ceramic or wood bowl can be designed.

A variety of handmade Ceramic and wood bowls

Another view:

An inside look at handmade ceramic and wood bowls

A few ideas for you, on how we would use these small handmade ceramic and wood bowls:

  • Mike Taylor and Julie Dever’s wood fired bowls: rice, ice cream, pudding, nuts, candy, cotton balls in the bathroom.
  • Cory McCrory’s whimsical ceramic bowls: store a special ring while washing dishes; a safe place for earrings; a tea lite; ice cream; candy; nuts; cereal; rice; quinoa; soup. Her rainbow bowl’s cloud rattles when you shake it (on purpose).
  • Stephen Bowen’s small bowls are great for potato chips; keys, toys; cotton balls; q-tips; nuts; or salad.
  • Michael Kifer’s bright bowls are available in a variety of colors and shapes. They can go in the dishwasher and entirely food safe. We love them for cereal and oatmeal in the morning. Ice cream at night. Soup mid day.
  • Stop in and see other wonderful handmade ceramic bowls. We have lots of options. These make a nice hostess gift filled with Fortino nuts or Patricia’s Chocolate treats. Have a wonderful day. Cheers.
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