Becki started making these bowls years ago and offers them today at the same price as her first wheel-thrown bowl. She believes that everyone should be able to afford and own handmade pottery. Therefore, the price remains low enough for everyone to purchase at least one bowl.
The glaze color of this popular bowl suggests the warm colors of autumn. Each bowl is unique since the glaze can present a range of colors after firing, from burnt orange to creamy white. Most often these bowls exhibit a combination of the two colors, along with dark umber speckles.
Creamy Orange Bowl Small
This bowl was hand-thrown on the potter’s wheel by Becki. It is approximately 2.25 inches high and 4 inches in diameter and can easily hold 1 cup of liquid. Becki uses a warm brown, stoneware clay that has speckles in it and glazes that are mixed in the studio. All pottery is fired to 2200 degrees making it food, dishwasher, and microwave safe.
If you choose to use this bowl in the oven, please remember to place the bowl in the oven before the preheat cycle begins so it can warm gradually as the temperature increases preventing thermal shock. Pottery should not be heated on the stove top or over an open flame. Washing by hand and handling with care is recommended to extend the life of your handmade pottery.