Adorable little chick waiting to give you a tulip on one side and a bunny peaking out from inside a flower pot on the other. Both are surrounded in a tulip garden. Available with or without small bottom drain hole. Perfect for Easter, Mother's Day, Birthday gifts, housewarming gifts or for the gardening or painting enthusiast in your life.
Springtime Planter - Bunny, Chick and Tulips Ceramichrome Mold Approx. Size: 4.5" x 4" Condition: Fired to Cone 04
Photos showing painted item are for example only. You will receive an unpainted ceramic bisque piece that you can customize and paint yourself.
We usually have a couple of these in stock. However, during times of high demand or for orders with quantities of three or more, please allow a few extra days for each additional item or if you would like to have the item glazed.
****This item is unglazed. Please contact us for pricing if you would like yours glazed inside.****
Finishing Information: Ceramic bisque may be painted with acrylic paints and sealed with acrylic sealer when being used as decorative pieces. Bisque may also be finished with glaze and re-fired, especially for anything that will hold food or liquids.
Shipping: We only send to the address you have on file. We will not change addresses after purchase for both our protection. Therefore, please check to be sure you have the correct address listed before buying or you may be sending a complete stranger a nice little gift.
How Do We Make Our Ceramic Bisque?
First, we select our slipcasting molds and place them on our pouring table. Then we carefully test and adjust our slip to be sure it's just right. We pour the ceramic slip into our molds and once partially dry, we remove the piece from the mold. Now it's called greenware. We let it dry for a few more days to be sure there is no moisture left in the piece. Once it is thoroughly dry, we carefully clean the seams and add back any detail that may have been removed during cleaning. The greenware is then fired to cone 04 in a ceramic or pottery kiln for many hours. Now it's unpainted ceramic bisque. Once it cools, we wrap the bisque to prevent it from becoming dirty on the shelf.