This high-fired stoneware bowl from North Carolina artist Tim Turner is a great addition to anyone's kitchen! Finished with a wood ash glaze, this bowl has a sturdy base, and is a size that that fits comfortably in your hand. Great for small salads, cereal, soup or snacks. An indispensable piece of kitchenware that you'll use every day!
- Measures approximately 9.5" in diameter and 8" tall.
- Wood ash glaze.
- Crafted in North Carolina by former Cedar Creek studio artist Tim Turner.
- As with all handcrafted items, slight variations in size, design, and color should be expected.
- To avoid thermal shock, always place ceramic baking dishes in a cold oven, and preheat your oven with the dish on the oven rack.
About Tim Turner
Tim started his clay adventure at Appalachian State University in the mid-70s, where he met and worked with many remarkable craftspeople in Penland, NC. Tim attempts to find strong, simple forms in creating his work to be understated in decoration and soft-spoken in manner.
Most of his works are made from high fired stoneware and fired in a gas kiln to 2345 degrees. Patterns are drawn with wax and then sprayed with a final glaze.
All of Tim's pieces are microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe.