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Polish Pottery TRUE BLUES Stoneware Colander | ARTISAN


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Hand-painted stoneware colander from Poland featured in pattern TRUE BLUES
This beautiful colander painted in our most beloved pattern True Blues (Du207). Sitting at 9.5" tall it is the perfect to rinse and serve delectable berries to your family. True Blues, part of our Artisan series which is a group of apprentice artists striving and studying under a master. This darling tri colored blue flowers float down the sides in a relaxing and captivating motion. You will know the effect of using art for dishes thought your own experience and how people complement you on your dish choice!Blending durable stoneware with beautiful hand painted artistry for over 750 years, the Polish village Boleslaweic offers the heirlooms of tomorrow for all your special occasion and affordable enough for daily use. The nature of the eclectic style won’t leave you out of luck should you need to expand your collection. Introducing a new pattern from your favorite artist will elevate even the most beautiful collection and grow with the changing needs in the kitchen as families evolve.Try any piece of polish pottery as a wonderful gift option. There is nothing better than giving a gift of art that can be used as a daily dishware. Polish pottery is a favored gift among givers and receiver because you just can’t go wrong with any choice from Pottery Avenue.
10" 16 cup canister
Colander shape design by Janina Bany-Kozłowska. Mrs. Bany-Kozłowska is the main designer and the author of most of the shapes you see at Pottery Avenue, about 1600 that are in large popularity. She has been working in Zakłady Ceramiczne since 1974 and designs shapes of functional ceramics and ceramic sculptures. A graduate of the Faculty of Ceramic and Glass Design at the Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław, she obtained her diploma in 1973. She has participated in many national and international art exhibitions and international trade fairs in Poznań, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan and New York. In 1986 she was awarded the Silver Cross of Merit, in 2014 she received the Honorary Award of the Mayor of Bolesławiec for the promotion of the city, and in December 2014 the Minister of Culture and National Heritage awarded the Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis to the artist.