Amy Peseller Olive Green Sugar Bowl with Lid
Two piece 4″ tall ceramic sugar bowl includes a three inch deep bowl with matching lid.
“Salt Glaze Pottery”-In the late 1800's American potteries used salt glaze in their wares. This is a vapor produced by the introduction of salt into the kiln at the peak of firing. As the salt vaporizes, the sodium reacts chemically with the silica in the clay to produce a thin transparent coating of glaze.
Amy Peseller is a Resident Assistant Potter in the pottery studio at WheatonArts. She has been a potter for eleven years and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Crafts from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Working under the direction of resident potter Terry Plasket, her time here at WheatonArts has allowed Amy to gain a love of wood firing and salt firing while re-challenging her skills to create functional works of art. This body of work conveys some of the products in her new line of production work, influenced from the environment and experience.
ALL POTTERY IS LEAD FREE AND SAFE FOR FOOD AND DRINK. MICROWAVE AND DISHWASHER SAFE.