Bread bowl measures approximately 14" across 5 1/2”deep and holds about 24 cups. (Hand turned pottery dimensions will vary) We also carry a 14” deep bowl for large liquid mixes that tend to splash out the sides. Click Here to learn more.
Standard color as priced in blue stripe. You may choose other colors using the drop down box at the top of the page. Some colors are hand painted and signed by the artist. Please note: the rooster, red apple, and summer splendor design is a decal and is not hand painted. The Poppy Seed design will include flowers in both mauve and peach, which may be on opposite sides of the stoneware.
See color samples by clicking to enlarge pictures of various product examples. The white will be the same cream color as the blue stripe. Depending on where it is in the kiln actual colors may vary from the pictures between cream and white with some grayish hue. Another characteristic to old fashioned hand turned pottery.
Stoneware may also be personalized for $12 using the drop down box option at the top of the page. In the comment section at checkout please leave us the name that you would like added, or e-mail it to us. Personalized names and messages will be hand painted.
Standard blue stripe is usually ready to ship within two weeks. The stock is sometimes limited and may take 3-4 weeks to ship. Most of the colors including white and personalized items are custom made per order and may take 3-4 weeks to ship.
Stoneware Pottery is U.S.A made in Texas by a small family owned and operated pottery company, which has been making quality pottery for over 22 years. Each piece is hand turned by a master potter, hand painted or finished and then coated with a lead-free glaze.
Because pottery is hand turned dimensions may vary slightly. Stoneware pottery may also develop small imperfections during the firing and glazing process. All food contact surfaces are inspected for such imperfections before shipping. The outside may have imperfections that add to the character of the stoneware.
A Note About Shipping Cost
Shipping fragile pottery has become challenging and expensive, especially when it is shipped to the East and West Coast. The item must be double boxed or shipped in an oversized box in order to protect the pottery when shipped, and unfortunately, carriers determine their rates based on the overall dimensions of the box. These rates are based “Dimensional Box Weight” instead of the actual product weight. The shop must also cover the cost for all the extra boxes and packing material so an additional $5 is built into the overall shipping