Unique Blue Stoneware Condiment/Dessert Dishes Embellished by Tree Frog
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- Estimated Value
- $90 USD
- $45 USD to dw85cbacc
The winning bid will go to Panorama Global Fund (tax ID 26-3265577), a 501c3 nonprofit organization, which will send the donation to Conservation Works (tax ID 680484941) on behalf of the winner.
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These two unique hand-made oval shaped olive bowls are beautiful with olives, candy or even a banana split! The creator is potter Alexis Moyer of The Pot Shop, located just outside Philo in Mendocino County. Moyer says that she knows that similar dishes have been used to serve a lovely roasted beet salad -- the shallow dishes are 9.5 inches long and 4.5 inches wide, perfectly sized for olives, pickled watermelon rind, salads...or that favorite dessert.
These dishes evoke the style of early majolica ware, and the rich blue glaze with the green tree frog is exceptional. No two are exactly alike, as each piece is hand made.
Item Special Note
We can arrange pickup at convenient locations in Mendocino, Marin, or Sonoma Counties, and can accommodate some local delivery by arrangement in those counties; item(s) can be shipped anywhere in the US for an additional charge that will be added to the cost of the item.
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