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Friday, December 28, 2012

Christmas Gifts given - tardy

A simple bowl
A couple of glaze colors swooping hither and thither.  Glazes are tested to be food-safe.  Mexico glaze on the exterior has a top-coat of clear glaze to seal it.  And Black Mountain Blue over Mexico in the interior provides a smooth surface which is easy to eat from or wash clean.
Six similar bowls make a set
Bottoms without curves to collect water in a dishwasher
These didn't get delivered in time for the Christmas extravaganza at my son's house on the 25th.  They may still be in one of those brown trucks as this is being read.  But I hope they all arrive safe and sound and are enjoyed by the family for many years.  (Incidentally the family said they will be sending me a "Valentine" family card, which was taken for Christmas)


8 comments:

  1. A lovely bowl set! I just love that glaze - reminds me of fiestaware.

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  2. Gorgeous bowls Barb! That's a great idea, to have flat bases - dishwasher friendly :)

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  3. Lucky family! Those are beautiful bowls! And I love the pictures of your cats.

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    1. Thanks to both my blog friends, Vicki. I know I got you confused once...but now I pay attention! Appreciate your comments!

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  4. What a gorgeous set of bowls! I'm sure they will be a long treasured gift.

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  5. I sure thought the package would be delivered today. But haven't heard a word that it's arrived yet. Boy, what a late Christmas present!

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    1. OK, apparently the bowls arrived. My job is done for this year. Just in time!

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