personalized wedding guest book platter

by Sheree Burlington $135.00 - 150.00
Handmade

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 11/10/2014.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.

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A Note To the Bride and Groom!

Let friends and family write permanent well-wishes on this customized earthenware platter. A unique, personal wedding or anniversary gift that is sure to be cherished for years to come.

Each platter is hand stamped and painted in Manchester, New Hampshire by artist Sheree Burlington, who personalizes the plate with the couple's first names, the first letter of their last name and their wedding date. Comes with a pen specially designed to write on glazed ceramics. Writing becomes permanent after baking in a traditional oven.

Also available in Customized, which allows the couple to write up to twelve additional words (60 characters max), such as "Love goes on forever" on the platter in addition to the previous mentioned features.

To order, choose personalized or customized click add to basket, and place your order.

  • details
Handmade
Item ID
17788
Made from
earthenware
Measurements
14.5" dia.
Notes
Dishwasher safe.
  • the maker
Sheree Burlington

Sheree Burlington

Sheree Burlington opened Museware Pottery in the summer of 2005. Her work is playful and fun with a bit of attitude and a look that's all her own. Inspired by mixed media collage and vintage-looking rubber stamps, each piece is hand stamped (She carves her own) and painted with unique images, words and phrases that range from witty to inspirational.

Burlington began her career in 1985, designing interiors and kitchens. But the real fun began in 1998, when she began frequenting a local pottery studio to paint unfinished pottery. This hobby progressed into a full-time love and job, and in 2002 she and friend Ricci Allard opened "You're Fired - Paint Your Own Pottery and Mosaics." After they opened three more sister stores, Burlington set out on her own to start Museware Pottery, which is located in a historic mill in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire. collection

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