Shibori Bread Dipping Platter

This handcrafted platter is a beautiful way to serve bread with olive oil for dipping.
created by

Elaine Leonard

$60.00

Elaine Leonard created by

Elaine Leonard

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Ceramicist Elaine Leonard forms this stoneware platter on her potter's wheel, finishing it with layers of glaze that create ripples of Mediterranean blue. Pour olive oil in the center well, along with garlic, rosemary, cracked pepper, or any favorite herb, and surround it with a halo of fresh ciabatta or crusty sourdough. It also makes a beautiful setting for veggies and hummus, chips and salsa, or other favorite combinations. Handmade in St. Louis, Missouri.

Pair your Shibori Bread Dipping Platter with a piece from our Shibori Dishware Collection Shibori Dishware Collection.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

Elaine Leonard

created by

Elaine Leonard

location

Missouri

Elaine Leonard, a graphic designer turned potter, got her start at the University of Missouri Bachelor of Fine Art Program. After years in the design community, with one hand always in clay, she finally turned her focus to ceramics full-time. With a home studio located just West of St. Louis, she strives to create unique, functional work. She enjoys working on the wheel and experimenting with multiple layers of glaze to create stunning patterns of color.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
stoneware
Measurements
10" diameter x 2" H; 8 fl. oz. capacity
Ingredients
Care
Microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.
Item ID
46796

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 7/20/2018.

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5.0

Truly beautiful

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Pros

  • Creative & Functional
  • Easy To Use
  • High Quality Material

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    Best Uses

    • Dinner Parties
    • Display
    • Everyday
    • Special Occasions

    Comments about UncommonGoods Shibori Bread Dipping Platter:

    I can see this item being used in many ways by the newlyweds. It is beautiful as a display piece, as well. The deep, rich colors and the unique quality of this well-made item make it the perfect gift.

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