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Polish Pottery Fluted Pie Dish


Polish Pottery Fluted Pie Dish


$42.38


20D21 Features: -Microwave, dishwasher, freezer, and oven safe up to 480°F. -Safe to use with food. -Lead and cadmium free. -Chip and crack resistant. -Easy to clean. -Made out of stoneware. Color: -Blue. Material: -Stoneware. Non-Stick Surface: -Yes. Dimensions: Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -1.77″. Overall Width – Side to Side: -9.92″. Overall Depth – Front to Back: -9.92″. Overall Product We…

Polish Pottery Salt and Pepper Set Maraschino made by Ceramika Artystyczna


Polish Pottery Salt and Pepper Set Maraschino made by Ceramika Artystyczna


$40.76


Polish Pottery Salt and Pepper 3-Piece Set made by Ceramika Artystyczna, Maraschino Theme Certificate of Authenticity and origin is included Includes: 3″ Salt Shaker, 3″ Pepper Shaker, 7″ Tray Polmedia Polish Pottery Stoneware is: * Hand crafted and hand painted in Boleslawiec, Poland * Microwave safe, dishwasher safe, oven safe up to 480 F, freezer safe * Lead and cadmium free * Crack and chip …

Polish Stoneware Pottery 13.5-inch Handled Serving Bowl


Polish Stoneware Pottery 13.5-inch Handled Serving Bowl


$128.99


This lovely Polish stoneware features painted red flowers. The unique glaze and high firing temperature result in a durable yet beautiful 13.5-inch handled scalloped serving bowl that will enhance any dinner table decor. Brand: Z.C Boleslawiec Evenly distributes heat and draws moisture away from the surface Retains heat, so foods stay hot longer Virtually nonporous, so it doesn't retain oils, odors or flavors Hand-painted uniqueness and character enliven each piece Cut right on the stoneware without marring the surface Dishwasher-, oven- and microwave-safe Lead- and cadmium-free Materials: Stoneware Dimensions: 4 inches high x 13.5 inches wide x 13.5 inches long The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen.

Polish Pottery/ Stoneware 14-inch Lasagna Pan with Handles (Poland)


Polish Pottery/ Stoneware 14-inch Lasagna Pan with Handles (Poland)


$153.49


This Polish folk art features traditional craftsmanship to improve your home. This hand-painted stoneware lasagna pan is perfect for truly gourmet results. Evenly distributes heat and draws moisture away from the surface Retains heat, so your just-out-of-the-oven foods stay hot longer Virtually nonporous, so it doesn't retain oils, odors or flavors Hand-painted uniqueness and character enliven each piece No harmful lead or cadmium Care instructions: Dishwasher, oven and microwave safe Dimensions: 3 inches high x 11 inches wide x 14 inches deep Story Behind the Art: The painting on vessels using the 'hand stamp' is the Polish folk art tradition technique. For hundreds of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has crafted gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory, has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. What is Worldstock? The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen. Imported

Pottery


Pottery


$26.18


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Wood sculpture, 'Pottery Seller' (Ghana)


Wood sculpture, ‘Pottery Seller’ (Ghana)


$59.99


Sleek contours present the beauty of the human body. Carrying pots with fluid grace, the slender form depicts a water seller from the Ghanaian countryside. Eric Danquah hand carves the figure from sese wood, while mansion polish provides the deep, glowing color.

Polish Stoneware Pitcher (Poland)


Polish Stoneware Pitcher (Poland)


$46.49


Add a unique and durable piece to your home decor with this stunning Polish stoneware pitcher. This little pitcher is great as a small little vase for your counter or can be used to water your small plants in a window sill. Product Features Materials: Polish stoneware Number of pieces in set: One (1) Service for: One (1) Color/pattern: Red/blue/green/orange floral pattern Care instructions: Oven/microwave/dishwasher/freezer safe Dimensions: 5 inches high, 18 ounce capacity Story Behind the Art: Hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland to produce wonderful works of art for daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the 'hand stamp' technique. Polish stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America , showing us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish pottery/stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec stoneware with design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. What is Worldstock? The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen. Imported This custom-made item will ship within 1-10 business days.

Polish


Polish


$26.5


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Southwest Moon Silvertone Turquoise Inlay Pottery Jar Post Earrings


Southwest Moon Silvertone Turquoise Inlay Pottery Jar Post Earrings


$8.99


The pottery jar design of these earrings is backed by stainless steel posts with butterfly clasps. Style: Stud Gemstone colors: Blue Gemstone shapes: Chip Two inlaid turquoise chips each measure 3 mm wide x 11 mm long Metal: Nickel-plated pewter, stainless steel Finish: High polish Clasp: Butterfly Earring dimensions: 13 mm wide x 15 mm long All carat weights and measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed dimensions. Treatment code E (turquoise). See Treatment Guide for further information. All measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed dimensions. T.W. (total weight) is approximate. The weight may vary up to two-tenths of a carat.

Polish Stoneware Cracker/Olive Tray


Polish Stoneware Cracker/Olive Tray


$41.99


These pieces go way beyond just good looks. The unique glaze, clay and high firing temperatures result in enormous durability. In fact, you can cut right on these pieces without marring the surface. Amaze and delight your family and friends with these unique, stunning works of art.  Details:  Handcrafted in Poland Material: Stoneware Style: Traditional Pattern: Floral Care Instruction: Dishwasher Safe Oven and microwave safe  Brand: Z.C Boleslawiec  Evenly distributes heat and draws moisture away from the surface  Retains heat, so your just-out-of-the-oven foods stay hot longer  Virtually nonporous, so it doesn't retain oils, odors or flavors  Hand painted uniqueness and character enliven each piece  No harmful lead or cadmium  Color: White, Blue, Green, Yellow Dimensions: 11 inches x 4.25 inches Story Behind the Art: This Folk Art is A Century-Old Tradition. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the "hand stamp" technique. Polish Stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America and shows us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Polish Stoneware makes the perfect gift due to the reliability of craftsmanship and the unique European eclectic style. For 100's of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has crated gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. The digital images we display have the most accurate color. possible.  What is Worldstock? The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen. Imported

Poole Pottery


Poole Pottery


$7.99


Poole Pottery is a great British institution, and for more than 130 years has been in the very first rank of producers of tiles, mosaic flooring and advertising panels as well as the pottery that remains its most famous and collectible product. Founded by Jesse Carter in 1873 as ‘Carter’s Industrial Tile Factory’, the company went on to flourish in the hands of Carter’s son and, in 1921, joined forces with Henry Stabler and John Adams to add art deco pottery to its list of products. ‘Carter Stabler Adams’, which would come to be known simply as Poole Pottery, was responsible for two of the most distinctive lines in the industry’s history: the Delphis and Aegean designs. In this extensively illustrated book, Will Farmer gives a lovingly detailed account of a unique and distinctively British company.

Broken Pottery


Broken Pottery


$4.5


Professor Daniel Willis is used to being ordered around. A submissive by nature, Daniel needs the strong-handed love and guidance that comes with being dominated. When he gets involved with an abusive dominant he sees no way out. Tony Bianchi is a dominant in the boardroom, but never considered taking it to the bedroom. After their first meeting Tony knew he wanted Daniel, black-eye and all. Protective of those he holds dear, he isn’t about to let anyone hurt Daniel again, even if it means taking on an abuser with a badge. This book is best read in sequence as part of a series See the book trailer for this story here This story has scenes that relate to the BDSM scene

English Pottery


English Pottery


$77.5


The books in this series provide a convenient and accessible introduction to subjects within the applied arts. Drawing examples from the world-famous collections at the Fitzwilliam Museum, they furnish the reader with a wide variety of information on many different types and forms and illustrate some of the most famous as well as the most unusual examples. A general introduction is followed by entries on sixty-four individual objects, each of which is illustrated in colour. Complete with glossaries and guides to further reading, these books will prove invaluable to all collectors and enthusiasts.

Hungarian Pottery


Hungarian Pottery


$7.66


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Pewabic Pottery


Pewabic Pottery


$16.41


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Beswick Pottery


Beswick Pottery


$7.99


Founded in 1894 by James Wright Beswick, Beswick Pottery remained in the family for three generations before becoming part of Royal Doulton in 1969, and is now independently owned. As owners and collectors of its products will testify, Beswick aimed, and still aims today, to produce well-made ceramics at affordable prices: wares which could be used daily in the home as well as decorative ornaments for animal lovers of all ages to cherish. In this volume Val Baynton explores the range of products, revealing that far more than horses for which Beswick was so justifiably famous were made. The wares are placed in context with the company’s history, and information about important sculptors and designers is also included.

Southwestern Pottery


Southwestern Pottery


$11.99


This book organizes and explains the techniques and developments of Southwestern pottery from its prehistoric beginnings, showing who those early people were and what they made. It also presents a thorough introduction to the history of the Southwest during its settlement by the Spanish, and later, Mexicans and Americans.

Pottery Form


Pottery Form


$14.22


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Early Pottery


Early Pottery


$33.9


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Pottery Management


Pottery Management


$27.11


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Cherokee Pottery


Cherokee Pottery


$12.99


The intricate designs and complex patterns of Cherokee pottery have been developed over centuries. Both timeless and time-honored, these singular works of pottery are still crafted by the proud hands of Cherokee women in Western North Carolina. Cherokee Pottery recounts the history of a tradition passed from elder to child through countless generations. Anna Fariello, associate professor at Western Carolina University, explores the method and meaning molded into each piece, along with the stories of the potters themselves.

Pottery Vase


Pottery Vase


$52.99


Add vintage style to your home decor with the gorgeous Hip Vintage Rawitch vase. Crafted from high-quality wood, this piece provides an eclectic and cozy feel to your home. Type: Table, Floor Material: Wood Color: Brown Dimensions: 20 inches high x 10.5 inches diameter

Deluxe Pottery Wheel pottery wheel


Deluxe Pottery Wheel pottery wheel


$61.6


Become a pottery pro with a real pottery wheel and a variety of included tools to position and sculpt your clay The pottery wheel includes 6 unique carving attachments with an adjustable tool arm, carving blades, outline shaping tools, shaping tube and excavator, two lbs. grey and terra cotta clay, six colors of paint, sponge, paint palette, two brushes, clay cutting cord, 80 mosaic tiles, eight glass jewels, glue, AC adapter, and instructions. For ages 8+. #168

Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Butter Dish (Poland)


Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Butter Dish (Poland)


$22.69


Product Features: Color/pattern: Blue, green Materials: Polish stoneware Care instructions: Avoid drastic temperature swings Number of pieces in set: One (1) Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe Oven certified up to 480 degrees Non-stick, scratch and chip resistant Set includes: One (1) butter dish Capacity: One (1) standard stick of butter Story Behind the Art: This folk art is a century-old tradition. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the 'hand stamp' technique. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. What is Worldstock? The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen. Imported

Pottery and the Archaeologist


Pottery and the Archaeologist


$89.94


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Warman's Roseville Pottery


Warman’s Roseville Pottery


$13.49


No other book is a better substitute for hands-on experience! Peering over the shoulder of antiques dealer and author, Mark F. Moran , readers are guided through the world of Roseville Pottery. Captivating history, thorough condition reports, real-world prices, reproduction alerts – this sweeping guide is more than a standard price guide. With detailed descriptions of the pieces listed – right down to the length of hairlines and the position of “flea-bite” nicks – this essential reference guide offers the most accurate information. More than 1,200 color photographs displaying the beauty and brilliance of Roseville pottery accompany listings. Very few examples of pottery survive for decades without at least minor wear and damage, and the prices in Warman’s Roseville Pottery reflect this reality. Identifying and evaluating a collection and deciding whether or not to buy just got easier!

Warman's Red Wing Pottery


Warman’s Red Wing Pottery


$22.49


Red Wing pottery, with its beautiful glazes and hand painted designs, has evolved into one of the most desired collectibles in the stoneware and art pottery markets. The vast collector following for these pieces will love this essential new reference. Warman’s Red Wing Pottery covers 1,200 pieces of the most collectible Red Wing stoneware, art pottery and dinnerware, with a brilliant full-color photos of each piece as well as current pricing, historical facts and detailed descriptions to aid collectors in identification. Collectors will also find information on fakes and reproductions, ensuring secure purchases. This is the most comprehensive guide you’ll find anywhere!

Making Pottery for Profit


Making Pottery for Profit


$32


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Basic Pottery Making


Basic Pottery Making


$22.79


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Pottery of the Southwest


Pottery of the Southwest


$8.99


Native American pottery of the U.S. southwest has long been considered collectible and today can fetch many thousands of dollars per piece. Authors, collectors, and dealers Carol and Allen Hayes provide readers with a concise overview of the pottery of the southwest, from its origins in the Bastketmaker period (around 400 AD) to the Spanish entrada (1540 AD-1879 AD) to today’s new masters. Readers will find dozens of color images depicting pottery from the Zuni, Hopi, Anasazi, and many other peoples. Maps help readers identify where these master potters and their peoples lived (i.e. the Pueblo a tribal group or area). Pottery of the Southwest will serve as a useful introduction as well as a lovely guide for enthusiasts.

Hadley Mexican Pottery Candle


Hadley Mexican Pottery Candle


$67.99


Our Hadley Mexican Pottery Candle is generously sized and highlighted by a distressed white and grey finish. Rustic, contemporary or coastal settings are all a great match. Type: Candles Material: Plastic Color: White, Silver

Mycenaean Pottery : An Introduction


Mycenaean Pottery : An Introduction


$31.04


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Pottery and Porcelain 1878


Pottery and Porcelain 1878


$30.99


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Mimbres Painted Pottery


Mimbres Painted Pottery


$63.05


No Synopsis Available

Alabama Folk Pottery


Alabama Folk Pottery


$67.85


No Synopsis Available

Traditional Pottery of India


Traditional Pottery of India


$63


No Synopsis Available

Corinthian Conventionalizing Pottery


Corinthian Conventionalizing Pottery


$72.75


No Synopsis Available

Southwestern Indian Pottery


Southwestern Indian Pottery


$12.56


No Synopsis Available

Ancient Roman Pottery


Ancient Roman Pottery


$12.63


No Synopsis Available

Indus Valley Painted Pottery


Indus Valley Painted Pottery


$36.85


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The Chemistry of Pottery


The Chemistry of Pottery


$27.11


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Greek Painted Pottery


Greek Painted Pottery


$62.34


No Synopsis Available

Pottery in Archaeology


Pottery in Archaeology


$38.4


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Ancient Maya Pottery


Ancient Maya Pottery


$79.95


The ancient Maya produced a broad range of ceramics that has attracted concerted scholarly attention for over a century. Pottery sherds–the most abundant artifacts recovered from sites–reveal much about artistic expression, religious ritual, economic systems, cooking traditions, and cultural exchange in Maya society. Today, nearly every Maya archaeologist uses the type-variety classificatory framework for studying sherd collections. This impressive volume brings together many of the archaeologists signally involved in the analysis and interpretation of ancient Maya ceramics and represents new findings and state-of-the-art thinking. The result is a book that serves both as a valuable resource for archaeologists involved in pottery classification, analysis, and interpretation and as an illuminating exploration of ancient Mayan culture.

Understanding Pottery Function


Understanding Pottery Function


$72.41


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The Chemistry Of Pottery


The Chemistry Of Pottery


$24.2


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Pottery Handbook each


Pottery Handbook each


$26.96


At one time or another, every potter gets frustrated at the wheel. Whether struggling to center the clay or attach a handle with precision, potters of all levels crave advice and answers, and world-renowned ceramicist and YouTube sensation Simon Leach has plenty to give. In Simon Leach-s Pottery Handbook-a book-and-DVD package-he presents clear tutorials and loads of original instruction on all of the core techniques, from studio setup to basic throwing, to applying appendages, trimming, glazing, and firing. For each technique, detailed step-by-step photography captures the subtle, intricate movements that typically fly by too fast to be learned when watching a video lesson; callouts then lead readers to the relevant video on the DVD so they can see the technique demonstrated in real time-an ideal combination that makes learning from the master easy.Author: Simon Leach240pp., 8.5×9.5ISBN: 9781617690228

Charcoal Paper pottery green


Charcoal Paper pottery green


$1.35


A staple for charcoal and pastel artists for over 70 years, this 100% cotton fiber paper has a traditional laid finish that provides the precise shading control needed for these media. Acid free, 64 lb., 19 in. x 25 in. sheets.

Pottery Analysis: A Sourcebook


Pottery Analysis: A Sourcebook


$53.35


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Pottery Economics in Mesoamerica


Pottery Economics in Mesoamerica


$58.2


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Pottery: A Beginner's Handbook


Pottery: A Beginner’s Handbook


$17.46


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History of Ancient Pottery


History of Ancient Pottery


$77.6


No Synopsis Available

Bristol Pottery 1784 - 1972


Bristol Pottery 1784 – 1972


$29.05


No Synopsis Available

Lead Glazed Pottery


Lead Glazed Pottery


$13.03


No Synopsis Available

Studio Yarn-Pottery


Studio Yarn-Pottery


$8.89


Mary Maxim-Studio Yarn. Beautiful rich, colors in a luscious blend. Weight category: 5. Content: 65-percent Acrylic/35-percent Wool. Putup: 3.5oz/100g, 164yd/150m. Gauge: 15sx20r = 4inx10cm on size US10/6.0mm knitting needles. Dyelotted: we try but are not always able to match dyelots. Care: hand wash cool, lay flat to dry. Comes in a variety of colors. Each sold separately. Imported. Color: Brown, Yellow, Red

Catawba Indian Pottery


Catawba Indian Pottery


$34.95


With a Foreword by William Harris When Europeans encountered them, the Catawba Indians were living along the river and throughout the valley that carries their name near the present North Carolina-South Carolina border. Archaeologists later collected and identified categories of pottery types belonging to the historic Catawba and extrapolated an association with their protohistoric and prehistoric predecessors. In this volume, Thomas Blumer traces the construction techniques of those documented ceramics to the lineage of their probable present-day master potters or, in other words, he traces the Catawba pottery traditions. By mining data from archives and the oral traditions of contemporary potters, Blumer reconstructs sales circuits regularly traveled by Catawba peddlers and thereby illuminates unresolved questions regarding trade routes in the protohistoric period. In addition, the author details particular techniques of the representative potters factors such as clay selection, tool use, decoration, and firing techniques which influence their styles.

Pottery, Livelihoods, and Landscapes


Pottery, Livelihoods, and Landscapes


$54.99


This book describes the pottery trade activities of the residents of the community of San Bartolom de los Olleros in Piura, Peru. Based on extensive interviews with potters and traders, it explains why the barter of pots continues to be practiced, and explores how pottery production and exchange practices may now be changing. The book provides a unique and detailed analysis of the interconnections between handicraft production, rural trade networks, and agriculture in an Andean context. Pots are mainly bartered for food crops within a non-monetary peasant economy distinct from the conventional market. This practice is an important food source for pottery traders; thus trader livelihoods are placed at the center of this qualitative study of pottery distribution. Of primary importance are: 1) the decision-making processes surrounding exchange activities, 2) how exchange choices produce distinct spatial patterns, and 3) how the marketing of pots impacts livelihoods. 

McCoy Pottery, Warman's Companion


McCoy Pottery, Warman’s Companion


$17.09


This edition of McCoy contains essential identifying details and descriptions for everything from McCoy-made cookie jars and crocks to planters, vases and flower pots. The compact size provides access to facts and photos for inspection during auctions, shows, estate sales, flea markets, without being too cumbersome to tote. Inside the pages of this go-to-guide is an impressive collection of vibrant color photos, updated prices, makers marks, company history, and market trends.

American Potters and Pottery


American Potters and Pottery


$36.85


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Handmade Polish Stonware Red and Blue Quiche Dish (Poland)


Handmade Polish Stonware Red and Blue Quiche Dish (Poland)


$92.49


Amaze and delight your friends and family with this unique and stunning work of highly functional art. This Folk Art is A Century-Old Tradition. Product Features Non-stick and scratch resistant Materials: Polish stoneware Number of pieces in set: One (1) Service for: Six (6) Color/pattern: Red and blue Care instructions: Avoid drastic temperature swings Dimensions: 13 inches long x 13 inches wide x 1.5 inches high Story Behind the Art: The unique glaze, clay and high firing temperatures used to produce this plate result in enormous durability. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the 'hand stamp' technique. Polish stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America and shows us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Polish Stoneware makes the perfect gift due to the reliability of craftsmanship and the unique European eclectic style. For 100s of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has created gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory, has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. What is Worldstock? The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen. Imported

Handmade Green/ Blue Polish Stoneware Muffin Pan (Poland)


Handmade Green/ Blue Polish Stoneware Muffin Pan (Poland)


$68.99


The unique glaze, clay and high firing temperatures used to produce this plate result in enormous durability. Amaze and delight your friends and family with this unique and stunning work of highly functional art. This Folk Art is A Century-Old Tradition. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the "hand stamp" technique. Polish Stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America and shows us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Polish Stoneware makes the perfect gift due to the reliability of craftsmanship and the unique European eclectic style. For 100's of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has crated gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. Color/pattern: Blue, and Green Materials: Polish stoneware Care instructions: Avoid drastic temperature swings Service for: Approximately 4-6 Number of pieces in set: One (1) Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe. Oven certified up to 480 degrees Non-stick, scratch and chip resistant Set includes: One (1) muffin pan Dimensions: 14×8x2 Capacity: Serves 4-6 People

Handmade Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Flared Serving Bowl (Poland)


Handmade Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Flared Serving Bowl (Poland)


$69.99


The unique glaze, clay and high firing temperatures used to produce this plate result in enormous durability. Amaze and delight your friends and family with this unique and stunning work of highly functional art. This Folk Art is A Century-Old Tradition. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the "hand stamp" technique. Polish Stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America and shows us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Polish Stoneware makes the perfect gift due to the reliability of craftsmanship and the unique European eclectic style. For 100's of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has crated gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. Color/pattern: Blue, and Green Materials: Polish stoneware Care instructions: Avoid drastic temperature swings Service for: Approximately 4+ People Number of pieces in set: One (1) Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe. Oven certified up to 480 degrees Non-stick, scratch and chip resistant Set includes: One (1) Flared Bowl Dimensions: 10×4"7.6 Cup Capacity: Serves 4-6

Handmade Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Oval Baker Dish (Poland)


Handmade Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Oval Baker Dish (Poland)


$59.99


The unique glaze, clay and high firing temperatures used to produce this plate result in enormous durability. Amaze and delight your friends and family with this unique and stunning work of highly functional art. This Folk Art is A Century-Old Tradition. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the "hand stamp" technique. Polish Stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America and shows us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Polish Stoneware makes the perfect gift due to the reliability of craftsmanship and the unique European eclectic style. For 100's of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has crated gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. Color/pattern: Blue, and Green Materials: Polish stoneware Care instructions: Avoid drastic temperature swings Service for: Approximately 4+ People Number of pieces in set: One (1) Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe. Oven certified up to 480 degrees Non-stick, scratch and chip resistant Set includes: One (1) Oval Baker Dimensions: 11×8x2 Capacity: Serves 4-6

Handmade Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Salt and Pepper Shakers (Poland)


Handmade Blue/ Green Polish Stoneware Salt and Pepper Shakers (Poland)


$37.49


The unique glaze, clay and high firing temperatures used to produce this plate result in enormous durability. Amaze and delight your friends and family with this unique and stunning work of highly functional art. This Folk Art is A Century-Old Tradition. In the small village of Boleslawiec, Poland, hundreds of skilled artisans have migrated to this region to produce wonderful works of art for our daily use in the kitchen and home. They continue the Polish folk art tradition of painting on vessels using the "hand stamp" technique. Polish Stoneware breathes the spirit of the Old World Europe into modern day America and shows us how to partake in the inherent joys of daily life through cooking and serving with beautiful dishes. Polish Stoneware makes the perfect gift due to the reliability of craftsmanship and the unique European eclectic style. For 100's of years Z.C. Boleslawiec has crated gifts, tableware and collectibles for all to enjoy. Z.C. Boleslawiec, the original Polish Pottery/Stoneware factory has permanently and systematically developed products and designs by expertly combining the traditional accomplishments of Boleslawiec Stoneware with contemporary requirements of design and function. They continue to satisfy the desires and expectations of collectors around the world while creating stable employment for the village people of Boleslawiec. Color/pattern: Blue, and Green Materials: Polish stoneware Care instructions: Avoid drastic temperature swings Service for: Approximately 4+ People Number of pieces in set: One (1) Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe. Oven certified up to 480 degrees Non-stick, scratch and chip resistant Set includes: One (1) Salt and Pepper Capacity: Serves 4-6

Crestview Collection MAHOGANY pottery CEVV0138


Crestview Collection MAHOGANY pottery CEVV0138


$109.9


Material: PotterySize: 14″ X 6″ X 22

The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo


The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo


$145.5


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Marino Large Mexican Pottery Bottle


Marino Large Mexican Pottery Bottle


$117.99


A tall, slender take on traditional Mexican pottery features a twist of navy blue distressing over a cream toned finish and topped with a finial. Features: Food Safe: No Outdoor Safe: No Type: Table Material: Clay Color: Multi Dimensions: 55 inches high x 8 inches W

Piper Mexican Pottery Bird Candle


Piper Mexican Pottery Bird Candle


$71.99


Commemorate a recent vacation to the Mexican Riviera or simply supplement your home decor with a touch of exotic style with the help of our oversized Piper Pottery Bird Candle. Type: Candles Material: Plastic Color: Blue, Silver Dimensions: 11.5 inches high x 21.5 inches wide x 9.25 inches long

Iranian Pottery : Lusterware, Incantation Bowls


Iranian Pottery : Lusterware, Incantation Bowls


$8.92


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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies


Journal of Roman Pottery Studies


$34.92


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Old Kingdom Pottery from Giza


Old Kingdom Pottery from Giza


$35.7


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Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria


Bucchero Pottery from Southern Etruria


$60.14


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Exotic Pebbles & Aggregates EG02-L04SB Turquoise Glass 2 No. Bag


Exotic Pebbles & Aggregates EG02-L04SB Turquoise Glass 2 No. Bag


$16.16


We provide a wide assortment of garden and lawn products that are brilliant designs. These pieces of products are made to provide you with utmost comfort during your leisure times. Be it for personal or for professional use, you will find the suitable for both the purposes. Features Turquoise Glass 2 No. Bag Smooth & round with a gloss finish, these hand polished pebbles Specifications Color: Turquoise Glass

Rain Forest RFBRP1 20 LB Black Polished River Pebbles Grade A 1-3 CM


Rain Forest RFBRP1 20 LB Black Polished River Pebbles Grade A 1-3 CM


$20.56


Margo Garden Products Polished River Pebble collection offers best in quality hand-picked stones from around the world. All stones are tumbled and polished to produce the smoothest and most consistent in color stone without blemishes to last years. This 20 lb. bag is easy to tote and store for adding a beautiful and long lasting accent to your landscape and design. Use Polished River Pebbles as a substitute to mulch along walkways and outdoor gardens, in fountains, in interior and exterior planters and in creative interior and exterior design. Features Easy to accent. Consistent and durable color. Helps soil retain moisture. Prevents erosion. Coverage area of 1 sq. ft. Pebbles size range 1-3 cm. Black polished pebbles. Dimension – 15 x 9 x 3 in. Item Weight – 20 lbs.

Rain Forest RFBRP3 20 LB Black Polished River Pebbles Grade A 3-5 CM


Rain Forest RFBRP3 20 LB Black Polished River Pebbles Grade A 3-5 CM


$20.9


Margo Garden Products Polished River Pebble collection offers best in quality hand-picked stones from around the world. All stones are tumbled and polished to produce the smoothest and most consistent in color stone without blemishes to last years. This 20 lb. bag is easy to tote and store for adding a beautiful and long lasting accent to your landscape and design. Use Polished River Pebbles as a substitute to mulch along walkways and outdoor gardens, in fountains, in interior and exterior planters and in creative interior and exterior design. Features Easy to accent. Consistent and durable color. Helps soil retain moisture. Prevents erosion. Coverage area of 1 sq. ft. Pebbles size range 3-5 cm. Black polished pebbles. Dimension – 15 x 9 x 3 in. Item Weight – 20 lbs.

Rain Forest RFBRPS1 20 LB Black Super Polished River Pebbles 1-3 CM


Rain Forest RFBRPS1 20 LB Black Super Polished River Pebbles 1-3 CM


$24.5


Margo Garden Products Polished River Pebble collection offers best in quality hand-picked stones from around the world. All stones are tumbled and polished to produce the smoothest and most consistent in color stone without blemishes to last years. This 20 lb. bag is easy to tote and store for adding a beautiful and long lasting accent to your landscape and design. Use Polished River Pebbles as a substitute to mulch along walkways and outdoor gardens, in fountains, in interior and exterior planters and in creative interior and exterior design. Features Easy to accent. Consistent and durable color. Helps soil retain moisture. Prevents erosion. Pebbles size range 1-3 cm. Beautiful glossy finish. Color – Black. Dimension – 15 x 9 x 3 in. Item Weight – 20 lbs.
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