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[Sold!] two hand thrown pottery bowls...usa shipping only

 
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$10 for both plus shipping (chop sticks not included)

These are intended for salads and other cold things to eat with chop sticks.

Beautifully made hand thrown stoneware pottery bowls I bought at Pink Palace Craft Fair, Memphis TN...the craftspeople there are strictly juried and always excellent.

The name on the bottom is 'Ashby'.  I met and talked with the potter at the time but don't remember the pot shop name or their first name.

5" high, 7" wide at top, 2.5" wide base.

PM or post here if interested...accepting checks or money orders.
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These are gorgeous, Judith! If we still ate rice/ramen/Asian foods like we used to, I'd snap them up, in a heartbeat!!
 
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Well, if Carla is saying she's passing on those, I'll take them.  Will suit a daughter down to the ground.
 
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Ruth Meyers wrote:Well, if Carla is saying she's passing on those, I'll take them.  Will suit a daughter down to the ground.



Nice timing...I was just sending a PM to Carla to say I had shipped the shawl this morning!

Packaging has been my biggest concern as it seems the USPS is getting more and more shot loose, so I will want to double box any pottery sent out and will try to keep as light weight as possible.  I think the shipping for priority will be somewhere around 10-12 dollars though depending on where you are?

We can talk further by PM
 
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These are sold!
 
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