Ceramic Toadstool Mushroom Spoon

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    • Order placed
    • 15th June
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    • 18th June
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    • 20th - 21st June
Description

The sweetest whimsical ceramic spoons, in the form of toadstool, mushroom. The perfect addition to any question, especially useful for your honey or fermented foods as well as many others.

Each piece is hand made individually and finished with ceramic colours and completed with a speckled transparent glaze. Making it completely food safe.

These spoons are handmade by myself in my studio, in the form of the magical toadstool. Each piece is bisque fired then glazed using a variety of glazes, making these completely food safe.

Need to know

  • Lengths vary between 16-19cms.
  • These pieces can be placed in the dish washer, although they prefer a hand wash.

Please note:
Each piece is completely handmade, therefore 100% original and unique. No two pieces are exactly alike.
Shape, size, colours, dimensions vary slightly from piece to piece.

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 20th - 21st June

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Staffordshire

Step into the vibrant world of pottery, where Deborah, a Yorkshire native now thriving in the serene landscapes of Staffordshire, crafts her masterpieces from the heart of her home courtyard studio.

Surrounded by the picturesque countryside and ancient woodlands that serve as her inspiration, her journey as a ceramic artist began at Wolverhampton University, where she immersed herself in the intricacies of ceramics and 3D design.