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Each piece in this collection has ridges that are formed from the potter's hands as the piece is thrown on the potter's wheel. Microwave, dishwasher and oven safe. This collection is inspired by the vast ridges left behind during the glacial period in Wisconsin.

Large Mug

This sturdy mug is perfect for holding a warm cup of your favorite beverage.  4.5-inch tall.

Short Vase

 3.5 x 7 inches.  Perfectly sized to handle a fresh-cut garden flower bouquet.

Tall Vase

3.5 x 9 inches.   Heavy and sized to handle a large, fresh-cut garden flower bouquet.

Small Bowl

This Small Bowl is perfect for soup, salad, morning cereal or a bowl of ice cream at the end of the day.  5.5 inch diameter.

Large Serving Bowl

Very large serving bowl for a family salad or a giant bowl of pasta (two boxes!).  13 x 5.5 inches.

Utensil Jar

6.3 x 8.3 inches.

Spoon Rest

5 inches.

Chip and Dip Serving Set

The set contains two pieces that enable you to use them together or separately. Use for veggies or chips and dip, as a fruit tray, the platter bakes a pizza beautifully or flip the bowl to the bottom. Diameter of platter is 14 inches and diameter of dip bowl is 5 inches.

Designed and made in Cambridge, Wisconsin by Rowe Pottery.

What began as a small scale pottery shop in 1975 has evolved into a pure artisan studio creating functional pottery for the home. At Rowe Pottery they celebrate the handmade process, the materials they use and the people behind the products they create. Each piece of pottery begins as a raw lump of clay that is transformed into their finished pieces by their team of artisans. Many artists collaborate to create each piece of pottery from clay preparation to throwing, trimming, decoration, glazing and finishing. All pottery is fired in their kilns to a temperature exceeding 2000 degrees. Each time the kiln is opened there is an element of "surprise" as they inspect their work on each piece. Their artisans take pride in the arts with over a century of collective experience with Rowe Pottery. They are woman-owned, locally sourced and handcrafted  in the heartland of America. Their owner, Bev, loves being a part of creating things that are of value to Rowe's customers and that they use in their everyday lives.