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nesting stoneware mixing bowls - set of 3

by Maggy Ames $140.00

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  • the story

Three's Company

Beautifully crafted from stoneware clay, this set of nesting bowls by Maggy Ames seamlessly takes you from prep work to tabletop. Unique scoop-style handles integrate with the narrow spouts, so you can easily pour batter, serve gravy, or portion side dishes from one set of dishes. Highlighted by a rustic speckle finish, these charming bowls are oven and microwave safe–lending chic efficiency to your dinner party. Handmade in New York.

Take a studio tour to see where Maggy creates her beautiful Nesting Stoneware Mixing Bowls.

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Item ID
Made from
stoneware clay, glaze
See below for measurements.
Oven, dishwasher and microwave safe. Not to be placed in pre-heated oven.

Small: 5.5" L x 4.75" W x 3.75" H; 12 oz. capacity
Medium: 7.75" L x 6.25" W x 5" H; 48 oz. capacity
Large: 9.75" L x 8.5" W x 6.25" H; 100 oz. capacity
  • the maker
Maggy Ames

Maggy Ames

Pottery is a second chapter in life for Maggy Ames. She was educated as an attorney and practiced in New York City for 35 years, representing the interests of people with developmental disabilities. During that time, her part-time life in her pottery studio was a haven of peace and quiet from the politically stormy world of her work. In 2009, she retired from the practice of law and came to pottery full-time.

Her interest in ceramics was sparked during her years at Skidmore College. Though she never studied in that renowned ceramic program, she watched enviously as classmates immersed themselves in clay while she was immersed in books. Immediately after completing law school, she decided that clay would be her new learning project. She began studying at several private studio programs, then finally at Greenwich House Pottery.

Today, she is a full time potter. Maggy and her partners operate one of the few remaining working clay studios in Manhattan.

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