Blue World bowl, swirls of turquoise green over a cobalt blue bowl with a lovely rim.
the artist holding a large wheel thrown pottery bowl, glazed in blue with turquoise green swirls melting from the rim.
two wheelthrown blue world bowls nesting. the bowls are glazed in cobalt blue with turquoise green glaze melting down into the blue from the rim of the bowls.
detail photo of  Fern Street Pottery's "blue world glaze" on a wheelthrown bowl.  Cobalt Blue glaze with light, bright turquoise dripping and melting from the rim.
showing the inside of "blue world" glazed pottery bowl
detail photo of wheel thrown blue pottery bowl, glazed in cobalt blue with  turquoise glaze melting from the rim.
Blue world Mug to match the blue world bowls
Kitchen set in cobalt blue and blue world glazes. Oil cruet and salt cellar in blue, Pitcher/Utensil holder and mug in Blue world glaze combo
Serving Bowl in Blue World
Serving Bowl in Blue World
Serving Bowl in Blue World
Serving Bowl in Blue World

Serving Bowl in Blue World

Regular price
$38.00
Sale price
$38.00
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Blue World bowls have beautiful swirls of turquoise and blue-greens cascading from the rim. The rim holds the colorful glaze, frames the contents of the bowl and gives the handler a comfortable way to hold it.

Handcrafted on the potter's wheel by Meredith in her Fern Street Pottery Studio. These bowls are offered in various sizes and are thrown using stoneware clay, then trimmed to have a finished foot. This purchase is for one bowl but more may be available. They are made one at a time so no two are exactly alike, and no glaze patterns are exactly alike, although they are very well matched. 

See my shop for more handmade originals! Several sizes, mugs, pitchers, utensil holders to match may be available, as well as salt pots, oil cruets, utensil holders. Check my listings or contact me for matching bowls, salt wells, oil cruets, pitchers.... (If you don't see it listed, just ask as I may have it in stock.)

The measurements of the bowls are approximate diameter at the outer edge of the rim.