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While at first glance it may look like there's a giant tiger in your room, hiding inside a bush, and staring you down like prey, it's actually just an earthenware planter shaped like a tiger head with a houseplant ... Continue
this whimsical yet frightfully festive Halloween candy bowl is shaped like the head of a huge black cat with its fanged mouth opened wide to hold candy, nuts, bird seed, or whatever you wish to place inside. What else ... Continue
An ergonomic bowl designed for the 21st century binge-watching couch potato with a convenient design that fits your hand in various holding positions (no dining table needed) and features a notch on the side for your thumb to grip ... Continue
A handcrafted grey earthenware planter with a contrasting clay rimmed top that suspends down from three long brown leather straps.
This unique double boiler with ceramic insert delicately melts chocolate and gently heats milk to the perfect temperature for a steaming mug of gourmet hot chocolate on a cold winter day.
A unique terra-cotta cooking vessel that lets you roast poultry, meats, and vegetables in a healthier way that requires no oil, fats, or basting and seals in natural juices and flavor for tender, succulent results.
A handmade earthenware flower pot with an ominous octopus embossed on the side.
These decorative Earthenware water bowls are handmade at a century-old ceramic studio in Southern California and designed with an innovative convex shape and protective rim to help prevent spills and splashes.
Self-watering planter made from naturally porous unglazed earthenware that helps to regulate, filter and allow the water in the central chamber to seep through into the surrounding soil of the outer donut-shaped chamber.
These unique earthenware bowls from artist Melanie McKenney are cast from molds made from actual cantaloupes to realistically capture the textures of the original.
A ceramic soup bowl formed from a single surface with a soft impression forming the bowl and spoon holder.

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