Baking Dish, Wheel Thrown Squared Baker with Handles

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Made in Floyd, Virginia

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This baking dish is made of stoneware clay, thrown on a potter’s wheel, altered and fired to 2400* in a gas reduction kiln. Squared off and easy to pick up with the impressed carved handles . I think you will find that this little baker will serve many needs in your kitchen.

Dimensions: 4.5H x 9W x 9 D

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This piece is handmade of Stoneware clay, high fired and durable. Individually thrown on a potters wheel, its form grows from a ball of clay that is opened up and given shape by hands applying pressure and direction with and against the centrifugal force of its spinning. I enjoy the exploration and discovery that takes place after a pot comes off the wheel, creating altered shapes: manipulations of the clay that transforms round into oval, round into square and round into off round in many subtle ways.

These pots are then fired in a gas reduction kiln to about 2400*. I use both satin matt surfaces and active running glazes as well. I aim for pieces with a natural, organic sense.

These pots can be used in an oven, microwave and dishwasher. With ALL pottery, care must be taken not to shock the clay.

General Care Instructions:

Baking pieces: room temperature ingredients, placed in a cold oven, removed to a dry draft free surface.

Teapots: warm with hot tap water before filling slowly with boiling water.

Do not go directly from refrigerator to microwave

With minimal care you will have years and years of easy use and enjoyment.


FAQs

Yes. With proper care. OVEN: All pots can take the heat of a normal oven but they need to be protected from heat shock. Place pieces in a cold oven and turn on. Remove to a draft free dry surface. MICROWAVE: In the microwave: Heating up leftovers works just fine. And cooking foods also works. But do not place frozen items on ceramic plates as the quick change in temperature of the food as it cooks in the middle of the cold plate can crack it. DISHWASHER: My pots love the dishwasher.

Absolutely. No lead is used.

No. A stick of butter cut in half and both halves placed side by side fill the space beautifully.

The night lights are made of stoneware clay with Mica covering the windows allowing for a heat resistant amber glow from the 4 watt bulb inside.

You need to grab the rubber collar and not the metal spout to remove it. The pourer is meant to come apart so you can clean it. I soak the metal part in boiling water and place the rubber part in the dishwasher every few months.

Fill with hot tap water as you wait for the kettle to boil. Empty the hot water out. Place tea leaves in. SLOWLY fill with the boiling water.

It has proven difficult to get accurate estimates for shipping. They are almost always higher than costs...especially when west of the Mississippi. The discrepancy is exaggerated when buying more than 1 piece. All over-charges for shipping will be instantly refunded as soon as the actual box is packed and weighed.

Yes. With proper care. OVEN: All pots can take the heat of a normal oven but they need to be protected from heat shock. Place pieces in a cold oven and turn on. Remove to a draft free dry surface. MICROWAVE: In the microwave: Heating up leftovers works just fine. And cooking foods also works. But do not place frozen items on ceramic plates as the quick change in temperature of the food as it cooks in the middle of the cold plate can crack it. DISHWASHER: My pots love the dishwasher.

Absolutely. No lead is used.

No. A stick of butter cut in half and both halves placed side by side fill the space beautifully.

The night lights are made of stoneware clay with Mica covering the windows allowing for a heat resistant amber glow from the 4 watt bulb inside.

You need to grab the rubber collar and not the metal spout to remove it. The pourer is meant to come apart so you can clean it. I soak the metal part in boiling water and place the rubber part in the dishwasher every few months.

Fill with hot tap water as you wait for the kettle to boil. Empty the hot water out. Place tea leaves in. SLOWLY fill with the boiling water.

It has proven difficult to get accurate estimates for shipping. They are almost always higher than costs...especially when west of the Mississippi. The discrepancy is exaggerated when buying more than 1 piece. All over-charges for shipping will be instantly refunded as soon as the actual box is packed and weighed.



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