These wood fired stoneware bowls are the larger cousins of my traditional soup/ice cream bowls. I sent my son to college with one of those small bowls (like any good father) and a couple of months in he requested a larger variation as he was eating ramen several times a week. So gave birth to these bowls. The white glaze contrasts nicely with the warm orange and brown colors from the flashing of the kiln. I leave on the surface the marks from my fingers when I glaze the bowls as a way of perserving the process. They are high fired (2400 degrees) for over 24 hours in a wood kiln, and are dishwasher and microwave safe. The picture is of representative bowls.
The pots are high fired (2,400F) stoneware. They are wood fired in a wood burning kiln for over 24 hours. As the flame crosses the pots, iron is drawn to the surface so the flames 'draw' permanent flashing marks on the pot, and the ash melts to form a glaze. All work is food safe, and dishwasher and microwave safe.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the pot, you can return it for a refund within 30 days of purchase. No refunds after 30 days.