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Holidays with Polish Pottery

For Thanksgiving, I was at my Mom's house! She is the one who started our family's adiction for Polish Pottery, and her collection is always growing. She made a fantastic fresh cranberry/apple/orange fruit salad with jello. It was amazinglygood! She used her GU350 Baker from Zaklady Ceramiczne. I am adding this awesome baker size today, so check it out! Also, I'll be adding the GU349 Polish Pottery Stoneware Baker (slightly smaller), as well! I love her GU1014 Polish Pottery Stoneware Dinner…

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4 Piece Place Setting - includes 1 dinner plate, 1 dessert plate, 1 cereal/soup bowl, and 1 coffee mugDinner Plate - 10.75" diameter Dessert Plate - 7.5" diameter Cereal Bowl - 18 oz. capacity, 6.7" x 2.6" Coffee Mug - 12 oz. capacity, 3.75" high The Art of Polish Pottery, as we know it today, started as local folk art centuries ago in the German province of Silesia. The first known pieces of “Bunzlauer” stoneware dating back to the 16th century were crafted by hand and decorated with a folk art Polish Home Decor, Pottery Store, Polish Ceramics, Blue Dishes, Polish Stoneware, Dinner Set, Soup Bowls, Stamping Techniques, Dessert Plates

Blue Rose Polish Pottery Xandra 4 Piece Place Setting - Service for 1

4 Piece Place Setting - includes 1 dinner plate, 1 dessert plate, 1 cereal/soup bowl, and 1 coffee mugDinner Plate - 10.75" diameter Dessert Plate - 7.5" diameter Cereal Bowl - 18 oz. capacity, 6.7" x 2.6" Coffee Mug - 12 oz. capacity, 3.75" high The Art of Polish Pottery, as we know it today, started as local folk art centuries ago in the German province of Silesia. The first known pieces of “Bunzlauer” stoneware dating back to the 16th century were crafted by hand and decorated with a folk…

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