Dry off with a towel. Do not place in the dishwasher or submerge in water. Our bowls have a food-safe finish to bring out the natural beauty of the wood. We recommend that you apply mineral oil once a month (or whenever needed) to maintain the natural beauty of the wood and to help prevent the wood from being stained.
Spencer Peterman is always on the lookout for fallen trees rotting in the woods. He gets excited about this kind of stuff. So do his customers. Hidden in those fallen trees, especially the ones covered by moss and dirt, is wood disfigured by the beginnings of decomposition. Turning that wood on a lathe produces strikingly unique bowls, perfect for your home or showroom. Almost all the wood we get is from locally fallen trees in Western Massachusetts, such as maple, cherry or black walnut. The maple bowls are figured by the decomposition and aging of the wood, which we call "ambrosia" or "spalted."
We are happy to accommodate special orders. Please contact us to discuss.
Earthenware Salt and Pepper Shakers with wax resist swirl designs White clay glazed in rich colors
Measures 4” tall.
Food, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Handmade in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Massachusetts native Liz Kinder has been throwing pots for 25 years. She currently lives and works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kinder makes her glazes, using wax resist on the surface. All pieces are food, microwave and dishwasher safe.
We are happy to accommodate special orders. Please contact us with the item you are interested in and we will get back to you.