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Sea Oats Pottery Serving Board

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$58.00

Sea Oats Pottery Serving Board

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$58
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$58

#6030-640 In Stock

Imbue your table with coastal grace using this organic oval-shaped board made from Carolina clay. The bottom is unglazed to show off the natural texture, while the serving side has a smooth ivory-glazed finish with the silhouette of sea oats in unglazed relief, and a hole for easy display.

Made in North Carolina by Salt of the Earth Pottery. 

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Meet the Maker

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Salt of the Earth Pottery is a husband and wife team based outside of Oriental. What started as a longtime hobby making beautiful, botanically-inspired pottery, grew into a full-time business in 2019. Justin manages the logistics, while Jen is the artist. Jen uses both a potters wheel and a slab roller to create symmetrical mugs and plates, as well as carefully hand-built pieces. North Carolina inspires them with its natural bounty of ferns, shells, and beautiful natural forms. They enjoy exploring and enjoying their vast “backyard” while living the Bay River with their two boys.

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Specifications

  • Length: 10"
  • Width: 7"
  • Care instructions: Microwave and dishwasher safe. Hand washing is recommended.
  • Made in North Carolina

Specifications

  • Length: 10"
  • Width: 7"
  • Care instructions: Microwave and dishwasher safe. Hand washing is recommended.
  • Made in North Carolina

Meet the Maker

Salt of the Earth Pottery is a husband and wife team based outside of Oriental. What started as a longtime hobby making beautiful, botanically-inspired pottery, grew into a full-time business in 2019. Justin manages the logistics, while Jen is the artist. Jen uses both a potters wheel and a slab roller to create symmetrical mugs and plates, as well as carefully hand-built pieces. North Carolina inspires them with its natural bounty of ferns, shells, and beautiful natural forms. They enjoy exploring and enjoying their vast “backyard” while living the Bay River with their two boys.