Free Shipping available on retail order minimum US$150 in continental US. Not valid to Alaska and Hawaii.

Pottery Avenue by Pangaea Trade, INC

Pottery Avenue True Blues Stoneware Divided Dish

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

  • Pottery Avenue True Blues Stoneware Divided Dish
  • Pottery Avenue True Blues Stoneware Divided Dish
  • Pottery Avenue True Blues Stoneware Divided Dish

Polish Pottery TRUE BLUES Stoneware Divided Dish | ARTISAN

Pattern: TRUE BLUES
US$84.99

Be the first to review this product

SKU: 1214-DU207 TRUE BLUES

Quick Overview

POLISH POTTERY | POLISH STONEWARE DIVIDED DISH
The Polish Stoneware Divided Dish featured in the ARTISAN True Blues pattern is sure to captivate you with its artistic ability. The boat-shape design displays a solid rim and is decorated with classic floral motifs on the inside. The partition at the center allows you to conveniently divide your meals. Made of high-quality white firing clay, it is durable, resists chipping, cracking and staining. A patented glazed formulation complements any household décor while making it ideal for daily use. This versatile stoneware dish is oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. Not only it serves as an essential piece of decoration in your home but is also one of the most popular items for gift giving too!

STONEWARE SALT AND PEPPER SET

• Free of Lead and Cadmium

• Larger Capacity than the #962

"Contact your Pottery Avenue personal shopper for more information"

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 DIVIDED DISH" is an 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.