Stoneware Pitcher - Small
Here's a small pitcher that's the perfect size for gravy, syrup, or cream. You can also use this pitcher as an "just right" sized vase for fresh-cut flowers, or display as an classic piece of North Carolina pottery.
This pitcher was created in Brad Tucker's on-site studio - just a stone's throw from the gallery, and is a great example of the sought after wood ash glaze associated with North Carolina's pottery tradition.
- Each pitcher measures approximately 3" in diameter x 5" tall
- Since each pitcher is crafted by hand and no two pieces are exactly alike, expect to find slight variations in size, design, and color
- Crafted on the grounds at Cedar Creek by master potter Brad Tucker
About Brad Tucker
Brad Tucker blends traditional influences with contemporary sensibilities to produce graceful yet sturdy pots of lasting beauty and utility. All his work is made to be used in the home and includes a wide range of items for cooking, serving or display.
Brad loves to cook and uses the items he makes in his kitchen at home. Creating wares he uses makes Brad particular about the details. Pitchers pour easily, and mugs and cups are satisfying to hold. Bowls and plates stack well, jar lids fit, and casserole dish handles are comfortable.