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Pottery Avenue 7.6-cup TRUE BLUES Canister | ARTISAN

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Pottery Avenue 7.6-cup TRUE BLUES Canister | ARTISAN


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POTTERY AVENUE’S TRUE BLUES 7.6 Cup Canister is a wonderful option to a variety of kitchen staples. This lovely 7.6 cup canister will definitely make a classy addition to any modern kitchen or dining décor. It is as useful for storage as it as a decorative piece. Dimensions: 6.50"X6.50"X7.87"

The Boleslawiec Polish Stoneware True Blues 7.6" Cup Canister is a beautiful storage container for your kitchen that brings alive the traditional beauty of Polish art forms with its impressive styling. The use of white firing clay which has gone through a vitrification process helps to create a tough exterior that can withstand temperature fluctuations without losing its shine. The floral pattern made using non-toxic colors and a patented formula glaze grant it a radiant appearance. This Boleslawiec stoneware is provided with handles on the sides and an easy-off lid is positioned at the top.

*Dimensions: 6.50" X 6.50" X 7.87"

*Microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safe

*Stoneware must be room temperature prior to use in a microwave or hot oven.

*Avoid drastic temperature swings.

*Do not put close to the heat source such as the broiler or bottom of the oven. 

*Free of Lead and Cadmium

*Polish Stoneware is not intended for stove top use

A national treasure, Boleslawiec ceramics have been manufactured for centuries. Developed from natural ceramic clay that can be found near Boleslawiec at the Bobr and Kwisa rivers. According to historical sources, the first stoneware was made in medieval times and in the early 16th century, local potters formed guilds to ensure perfection. Zaklady Ceramiczne "BOLESLAWIEC" was founded by one of the original men with the first pattern dating back to 1759. “TRUE BLUES 7.6 CUP CANISTER“ is a ARTISAN pattern based of the 300 year old pattern "EYE OF THE PEACOCK". Designed by top designer and imported by Pottery Avenue, the premier importer of Polish Pottery & Polish Stoneware.