Baking Dish

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This shallow dish is great for pot-luck meals or a holiday side dish. The small baking dish measures about 7″ across, 2.75″ deep, and weighs about 2.2 lbs. The medium baking dish measures about 9.25″ across, 2.75″ deep, and weighs about 3.5 lbs. The large baking dish measures about 11.5″ across, 3.25″ deep, and weighs about 5.25 lbs.

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Weight 2.2 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 3 in
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Brie Baker

None of our forms should ever be placed on a stove top or open flame, as this will result in cracks and breakage.

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Pie Plate

Our stoneware is oven safe when placed in a COLD oven that is then brought up to temperature. Placing a cold piece of pottery into a hot oven can cause it to crack and break from the sudden temperature change. Our stoneware is also microwave safe EXCLUDING our plates. Heating food on our plates can create concentrated hot spots that stress the pottery, causing cracks. Also, certain glaze patterns will heat up quickly and may be hot to the touch, so take care when removing pottery from the microwave. For more information, please refer to our care and use page.

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Pitcher

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Aurora, Luna Verde, and Nebula are all tricky glazes to get right in the kiln. They are prone to bubbling and pitting more than the other patterns. For this reason, we do offer specific items in these patterns.

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Popcorn Bowl

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Pottery Care and Use

None of our forms should ever be placed on a stove top or open flame, as this will result in cracks and breakage.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Our stoneware is oven safe when placed in a COLD oven that is then brought up to temperature. Placing a cold piece of pottery into a hot oven can cause it to crack and break from the sudden temperature change. Our stoneware is also microwave safe EXCLUDING our plates. Heating food on our plates can create concentrated hot spots that stress the pottery, causing cracks. Also, certain glaze patterns will heat up quickly and may be hot to the touch, so take care when removing pottery from the microwave. For more information, please refer to our care and use page.

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Products

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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For the time being, we’re only offering our top 6 patterns directly through the web store. We have other patterns that are still offered wholesale to retailers around the country. If demand for certain patterns is high enough, we will consider adding more patterns in the future. In the mean time, please take a look at our Store Locator page to see if someone near you carries the item in the pattern you are looking for.

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None of our forms should ever be placed on a stove top or open flame, as this will result in cracks and breakage.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Aurora, Luna Verde, and Nebula are all tricky glazes to get right in the kiln. They are prone to bubbling and pitting more than the other patterns. For this reason, we do offer specific items in these patterns.

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Our mugs are all designed to hold approx. 12 oz of liquid. However, the straight mugs and the flare mugs tend to hold more liquid (approx. 14-15 oz). Also, the handmade nature of our work means that each mug will be slightly different in terms of the exact volume that it holds. While many of our customers are OK with these natural variations, if you require your drinking vessel to hold a very specific volume of liquid, please consider this before purchasing.

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Our stoneware is oven safe when placed in a COLD oven that is then brought up to temperature. Placing a cold piece of pottery into a hot oven can cause it to crack and break from the sudden temperature change. Our stoneware is also microwave safe EXCLUDING our plates. Heating food on our plates can create concentrated hot spots that stress the pottery, causing cracks. Also, certain glaze patterns will heat up quickly and may be hot to the touch, so take care when removing pottery from the microwave. For more information, please refer to our care and use page.

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Ramekin

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Round Mug

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Our mugs are all designed to hold approx. 12 oz of liquid. However, the straight mugs and the flare mugs tend to hold more liquid (approx. 14-15 oz). Also, the handmade nature of our work means that each mug will be slightly different in terms of the exact volume that it holds. While many of our customers are OK with these natural variations, if you require your drinking vessel to hold a very specific volume of liquid, please consider this before purchasing.

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Salad Bowl

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Salad Plate

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Saucer

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Scalloped Bowl

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Serving Bowl

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Serving Platter

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Shipping and Delivery

We ship all of our products via UPS ground. above is a map with transit times from our zip code. Please add 2-3 business days for processing time.

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We only sell and ship within the continental United States, and have no plans the change that in the near future.

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Due to the expense and the difficulty of ensuring that our product can travel those distances without being damaged, we only ship to addresses in the continental United States.

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Soap Pump

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Spice Dishes (Set of 4)

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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We try to keep all of our high demand items in stock at all times. For others, we have a handy “Join Waitlist” button on the product page. Simply pick the product, the size, and the pattern you want it in. Click the “Join Waitlist” button and put in your email address and how many of that item you’re looking for, then hit “Email me when available”. This will send a message to us, letting us know exactly what you’re after. As soon as we replenish our stock of that item, an email will be sent to you letting you know that it is back in stock. Please be aware: joining the waitlist does not reserve items for you and they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the email you receive will have a link to purchase the item, so you can quickly buy it before it goes out of stock again.

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Spoon Rest

All of the pottery here is hand thrown using pottery wheels, and is never slip cast or mechanically produced. This means that although we throw our work to strict specifications, there will always be variations in the size and shape of each item. Also, we glaze and decorate all of our work by hand with recipes developed and perfected in-house over many years. Even though we strive for the most consistency we can manage, there will be color and pattern variations in our pottery, even among sets of items.

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