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Carved Pottery Tray

Regular price
$145
Sale price
$89

#6030-500 R In Stock

This striking, carved tray is handcrafted by Gretchen Quinn in her downtown Raleigh studio. The potter hand-builds each tray, then carefully carves an intricate grid pattern into the dark brown clay and enhances it with a milky glaze. Available in round or oval shapes. Handmade by Gretchen Quinn.

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

Meet_Maker

Gretchen Quinn, who earned a B.A. in Sculpture from Providence College in Rhode Island, opened her pottery business in 2014 after moving from Seattle to NC, where she felt welcome amongst Raleigh’s supportive artistic community. All of her work is hand-built or thrown on the wheel. After making the initial form, she carves a pattern onto each piece and finishes it with a glossy glaze. Gretchen enjoys learning about North Carolina’s deep roots in pottery and is inspired by its traditions and community of ceramic artists. She works out of her studio in downtown Raleigh.
 

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Height: 0.5"
  • Length: 14" (oval)
  • Width: 10" (oval)
  • Diameter: 12" (round)
  • Care instructions: Food, microwave, oven, and dishwasher-safe. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina.     

Specifications

  • Height: 0.5"
  • Length: 14" (oval)
  • Width: 10" (oval)
  • Diameter: 12" (round)
  • Care instructions: Food, microwave, oven, and dishwasher-safe. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina.     

Meet the Maker

Gretchen Quinn, who earned a B.A. in Sculpture from Providence College in Rhode Island, opened her pottery business in 2014 after moving from Seattle to NC, where she felt welcome amongst Raleigh’s supportive artistic community. All of her work is hand-built or thrown on the wheel. After making the initial form, she carves a pattern onto each piece and finishes it with a glossy glaze. Gretchen enjoys learning about North Carolina’s deep roots in pottery and is inspired by its traditions and community of ceramic artists. She works out of her studio in downtown Raleigh.