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Plate Set | Jar in Vessels & Containers by Falkin Pottery. Item composed of stoneware in mid century modern or contemporary style
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Plate Set | Jar in Vessels & Containers by Falkin Pottery. Item composed of stoneware in mid century modern or contemporary style
Plate Set | Jar in Vessels & Containers by Falkin Pottery. Item composed of stoneware in mid century modern or contemporary style

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Falkin Pottery

Plate Set - Vessels & Containers

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Price $175

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Shipping: USPS 3-5 days
Estimated Arrival: July 1, 2024

Handmade

Sustainable

Recycled Materials

Made In USA

Made To Order

Natural Materials

ITEM DETAILS

• Handmade
• Materials: Ceramic
• Sustainable features: reusable. Items may include additional materials or methods that aren't considered sustainable features on our site.


Great for dinner, lunch, or snacks, these handmade black stoneware plates are 8" in diameter and decorated with a triangle pattern of a special glaze that changes color with light! It contains shades of blues and browns to complement the black stoneware and is a good conversation starter. Set of 7, each plate is wheel thrown, provided with a shallow edge, twice fired, and then sealed. Microwave, and dishwasher safe these plates will last many years. Also perfect for housewarming gift-giving.

Item Plate Set
Created by Falkin Pottery
As seen in Creator's Studio, Seattle, WA
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2024
Always original, handmade ceramic art and functional ware

I started ceramics after completing a meaningful career in a technical world. The idea of expressing myself through art was a challenging new idea for me to explore, arising after taking a pottery class at my son's suggestion. I fell in love with the creative process converting clay into something useful, then discovered I had ideas to explore once I developed basic skills on the potter's wheel. Fifteen years later I find that I am deeply committed to this exploration and have learned the delight to find that others value what I create. An active skier, mountain hiker and traveler, I attempt to capture form, color, texture and shadows in my ceramic art. The flow of ideas is sparked from my outdoor adventures and observations. I hope you enjoy the results!