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Leaf Bowl (b) by John Stoudenmire

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Leaf Bowl (b) by John Stoudenmire

27.00

Leaf Bowl

 THE STORY: 

This leaf bowl is a wonderful recreation of nature. This stoneware leaf is great as a holder for change, jewelry or just to sit out and to enjoy.

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

THE SIZE:

5.5" x4"

THE ARTIST:

John Stoudenmire - Summerville, SC

Unique,inspired stoneware and porcelain pieces. When John makes a piece, basic wheel throwning and hand building are just the beginning. He lavishly embellishes his pieces with hand crafted sculptural forms, incised and pressed texturing, and detailed glaze painting. Many objects, like his toad houses, are covered with raised, organic details such as leaves, vines, and textured bark. John’s pieces are completely functional and may be safely left outdoors. His serving pieces are food and oven safe, but embellished pieces should be hand washed to protect raised areas from chipping.

John enjoys firing decorative raku pieces, and these are occasionally available at the gallery.

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Leaf Bowl

 THE STORY: 

This leaf bowl is a wonderful recreation of nature. This stoneware leaf is great as a holder for change, jewelry or just to sit out and to enjoy.

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

THE SIZE:

5.5" x4"

THE ARTIST:

John Stoudenmire - Summerville, SC

Unique,inspired stoneware and porcelain pieces. When John makes a piece, basic wheel throwning and hand building are just the beginning. He lavishly embellishes his pieces with hand crafted sculptural forms, incised and pressed texturing, and detailed glaze painting. Many objects, like his toad houses, are covered with raised, organic details such as leaves, vines, and textured bark. John’s pieces are completely functional and may be safely left outdoors. His serving pieces are food and oven safe, but embellished pieces should be hand washed to protect raised areas from chipping.

John enjoys firing decorative raku pieces, and these are occasionally available at the gallery.