I am often told by other potters that we will never sell big bowls and platters at open air markets.
But we don't know any better and we sell a lot of them at open air markets.
One of my potter hero's is George Edgar Ohr (1857-1918), the “Mad Potter of Biloxi”, who had a sign above his shop that read: "No Two Pots the Same." I should have a sign like that about my mugs.
There's a goodly degree of chopstick etiquette out there. If you generally lack decorum and are somewhat inclined to embarrass your significant other at dinner parties, then you need to have one of our chopstick kosher bowls. I speak from personal experience. Sorry Joel.
He's VERY popular with the ladies. He is also willing to hold an SOS pad, or a variety of other things.
I do platters as big as my kiln will accomadate. This beauty is 21" across and you can use it as a food serving platter and hang it back up on the wall as the functional art it is. I use a stainless steel wire system to hang the platter that can hold 30 to 40 times the weight of our average platter. Plus the way I do platters the entire rim supports the weight of the platter and not just part of the rim.
You can even go simple and easy with a frozen loaf from Rhodes Bakery, started right here in Portland, and found in most grocery stores. Or we are always working on bread recipes too.
Our Bread Bakers are not plain and boring like some you will find. Ours are zippy, and stylish, and a bit more stout than most to handle the heat. One thing I have found about stoneware is when it is designed with a bit more heft, it is incredibly durable.
And they're a fun way to serve up bread and liven up your table with something elegant and different.
We do berry bowls better we think.
Each bowl has a wings on the side of the rim, and a large foot on the bottom, for good grip and easy one handed holding, and no holes in the direct center, so there's berry juice dripping on your hand while you savor each beautifully fresh and delicious berry.
Available in all sorts of colors and sizes.
Good for local honey found in our same markets, that you know is actual honey, or actual real jam also made fresh from makers at markets. These guys can bearly wait to help you out.
From flour, to quinoa, to special secret squirrel hiding spaces, we got ya covered.
Customers have questions, you have answers. Display the most frequently asked questions, so everybody benefits.
I do dogs and cats and gnomes and bears and outer space dudes and . . . you get the idea. Some are functional as flower holders and toothbrush holders some just make you feel good. Safe outside in your garden or your planter at your desk they are rather accommodating.
Our Sushi sets include both the platter for the sushi and sauce bowls. Go get some high end Fred Meyer Sushi for $7.99, and serve it on our foo foo sets, and your dinner guests will think you spent a lot more than you did!!!