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Llama Painted Pottery Small Bowl

SKU 20200288
$30.00
In stock
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Sweet llama stands featured on a purple and yellow sunflower on my handmade Majolica glazed pottery clay small serving bowl.

Makes for nice sized small sized serving bowl for cereal, dips, ice cream or yogurt and a welcome gift to use at potlucks and housewarmings. This new llama design came about from a recent trip to Peru. Outside, the rainbow flag colors of Cusco, Peru predominate.

All pottery from Clay Lick Creek Pottery is handmade by me in Makanda, IL, using an electric wheel or a slab roller. I use a traditional red earthenware clay (unless noted) for my pottery. Bottoms are trimmed to create a foot ring and are signed and dated. After trimming and drying, I fire in the kiln to cone 04 to bisque it. Afterwards, I dip the pottery into homemade majolica glaze, which is the opaque white background glaze, then I use a brush to paint ceramic colorants onto the raw glaze surface. Then back into the kiln again to cone 05 to seal the glaze surface. Pieces can be used in the microwave for quick warm ups (unless noted) and top rack of the dishwasher (unless noted).

SIZE: 4 7/8" x 2" (12.5 cm x 5 cm)

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