Amuse-Bouche in a Pottery Wheel Bowl

 Local Austin pottery for restaurants, interior decorating, plating, food photography, magazines, wholesale, boutiques, shops, home, tableware, plates, bowls, accents by Little Clay Studio

Creating pottery is a lot like putting a puzzle together; it takes a lot of time, attention to detail, and understanding of the overall design to successfully make a piece one would use for everyday cooking. 

It is also a memorable experience eating from crockery that a potter has made.  It makes the meal feel more intentional and somehow authentic because the pottery itself is an honest pursuit of art.  

As much as I love to throw, I'm really enjoying this large, shallow bowl that can be used as a serving dish or dinner plater.  Today we plated truffle gouda, rosemary sourdough bread, and kalamata olives. 

This bowl is finished with an oatmeal glaze, which has a supple and matte finish.  There are sections that are a light aqua-green and accents of golden-brown.  

I have similar bowls that I will add to my shop next week.  I think you'll find your dining experience heightened when you add a piece of modern art  to your tableware.

Little Clay Studio