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Speckled Pottery Garlic Keeper

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$35.00

Speckled Pottery Garlic Keeper

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$35
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$35

#6030-559 In Stock

This unique pottery vessel features a natural speckled glaze and a handled lid. Each small canister has perforated holes for oxygen circulation, so the dark interior makes it the perfect storage container for garlic or shallots. Each piece is handmade in Lexington by Missions Pottery.

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

Meet_Maker

Tommy Davis of Missions Pottery began creating pottery as a hobby and stress reliever. After taking classes, he was hooked! His work has evolved and uses a variety of techniques, such as clay-weaving and imprinting, and he specializes in functional yet beautiful pieces that will work around the house. The name Missions Pottery is purposeful. Through their profits, they support Christian missions in American and around the world. Missions Pottery is a mainstay of downtown Lexington, NC, where Tommy sells his and other local artisans’ work, in addition to teaching pottery to others.

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Height: 4.25"
  • Diameter: 3.75"
  • Care instructions: Safe for use in dishwasher, oven, and microwave. Hand-washing recommended to extend life of glaze. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina  

Specifications

  • Height: 4.25"
  • Diameter: 3.75"
  • Care instructions: Safe for use in dishwasher, oven, and microwave. Hand-washing recommended to extend life of glaze. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina  

Meet the Maker

Tommy Davis of Missions Pottery began creating pottery as a hobby and stress reliever. After taking classes, he was hooked! His work has evolved and uses a variety of techniques, such as clay-weaving and imprinting, and he specializes in functional yet beautiful pieces that will work around the house. The name Missions Pottery is purposeful. Through their profits, they support Christian missions in American and around the world. Missions Pottery is a mainstay of downtown Lexington, NC, where Tommy sells his and other local artisans’ work, in addition to teaching pottery to others.