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Covered Casserole

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If you enjoy dinners with friends or just a beautiful tabletop when you eat, this covered casserole is a statement piece you will love. Also makes a wonderful gift, especially if you include a favorite recipe.

From the Artist:

This whimsical casserole has a beautiful satin glaze with cute buttons and colorful strap handles. It is approximately 6 inches tall, 7.5 inches from handle to handle and 7 inches round. From a cold oven, you can make any of your favorite casseroles or use it to take guacamole to potlucks and be the envy of your friends. Handmade on the potter's wheel, it is then altered with texture, buttons and strap handles. After the first firing, it was painted with underglaze color highlights and dipped in satin glaze before the second firing. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven safe ONLY if started in a COLD oven (do not put into a preheated oven).
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