3 Bottle Champagne Vessel
A very popular item with the wine crowd. Easily holds three bottles of wine with plenty of room for ice. After making a single bucket for a few years a wholesaler of our asked us to make one that would hold 2 bottles of wine. I was never satisfied with the design, but as I was making a small clover bowl I realized that shape would transfer well into the larger show bowl. This one shown is in the Flame Stitch glaze pattern. They also come in Peacock, New Orleans Red with White Stripes, Gloss Green, and Gloss Blue.
3 Bottle Wine Chiller
3 Bottle Wine Chiller no base $200
This is a version of the regular 3 bottle wine vessel, but just without the pedestal. This one is in the Matte White (which has been our most popular color in 2013)
3 Bottle Wine Chiller
3 Bottle Wine Chiller no base $200.00
This is the same as the matte white 3 Bottle Wine Chiller, but in the Gloss Green Glaze pattern
3 bottle wine chiller
Dress it up dress it down. The wine vessel or the party bucket. Fill er up with punch, or gnocchi for your party with more than ten people. This one is in matte white.
4 Scalloped Bowls
$28.00 - $
This is another of the workhorse pieces we make. These bowls are used for everything. Small ones for ingredients, large ones (from 8" to 24" across) for punch or small ponds. That twist at the lip looks best with a thick lip. Clockwise from the top: Black with red, Pumpkin yellow, Flame-stitch, and Matte white.
Flame Stitch $25.00 - $
This is the most popular glaze pattern for the Crescent Bowl, Flame Stitch. The name comes from the cross section of the bowl. They come in a whole host of sizes (from 8-9" up to 23-24") and colors. (see Functional Items)
The foundation of the foundation. Plates ($33), salad plates ($20), Japanese tea bowls ($25), small coffee mugs ($22), and tumblers ($22). Shown in Peacock and Flame Stitch glaze patterns. Create your own set. Change the shape of the items, with a lip, without a lip, crescent bowl, larger salad plates, cups with saucers, etc...
Large Square w/ handles
Like the pasta bowl, but dressier. Center piece or server. This one is in the Black glaze with Red on it.
15 inches in diameter. We should have gotten a picture of this design up about 4 years ago. One of our most popular bowl designs. This one is in its most popular glaze combination.
$33.00 - $
The idea for the shape for this bowl came from a movie my sons used to watch,"The Thief and the Cobbler" Set in the middle east this design was showcased almost Escher like. We make em in all sizes: from 8 inches across to 24 inches across. This one is in the Matte White.
Paddled Bud vases
The simple vase for spring time flowers that your kids pick. Or you if you wanna. These all happen to be paddled on the sides making them flat. Starting at $25.00 for unpaddled these shown are from left to right; Matte White, Matte Tan, and Black.
An ample bowl about 16" in diameter (not including handles), but yet shallow enough to toss a salad and get everything mixed well. This bowl is glazed in the Flame Stitch pattern. We were given a bowl of similar design by a potter friend of ours. We realized that we were using it 3 to 4 times a week. We do a lot of one dish wonders; pastas and salads in particular. This bowl is just the right size for a family of four pasta. The sizes range from 14"-17" and the prices are from $88- $150.00
The porte couvert was originally made to hold cooking utensils. After a wholesale to the Wine Cellar in Orange Beach, AL the owner showed us a much better usage. They come in a host of colors. These are from the left: Southern Pecan with Dragon Green, Southern Pecan, Gloss blue, and finally New Orleans Red with White. They stand about 8 inches tall.
This is one of those show stoppers. It's about 24 inches long and 15 inches wide, and 2.5 inches high. With the texture on this one it's so stunning that you don't want to cover it up with whatever you're serving. I personally have gotten over it and dish up a mean salmon from the grill on it. Looks great on a buffet.
Water Meter Trays
$50.00 - $
Here are 2 octagonal water meters; one in New Orleans Red and the other in Gloss White. The square is no longer available but the glaze on that one is called Southern Pecan. We make the octagonal platters in 3 sizes, 10" @ $50.00, 13" @ $80.00, and 16" @ $135.