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Pottery Oyster Tidbit Plate

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$30.00

Pottery Oyster Tidbit Plate

Regular price
$30
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$30

#6030-532 In Stock

This oyster shell-shaped plate is made from white Carolina clay. The bottom is unglazed to show off the natural texture, while the serving side has a smooth glazed finish. Each plate adds the perfect coastal touch to your table decor, or when used as a jewelry holder. 

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 on a sailboat on the Bay River with their two boys.

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Specifications

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 on a sailboat on the Bay River with their two boys.