Large Gray Artistic Hand-Folded Pottery Bowl

I work out of my studio in Beersheba, Israel. My ceramic designs are inspired by Nature. This item is an example of what I have done in the past. Click on the “Visit my shop on Etsy” button to see what is currently in stock.


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Large Gray Artistic Hand-Folded Pottery Bowl, Deep Decorative Ceramic Rustic Fruit Bowl, Pottery Unique Serving Bowl, Mother Christmas Gift

A ceramic bowl decorated with a carved bird is great for salads and side dishes.
This gray ceramic serving bowl, a rustic bowl is designed in a unique shape and is great to serve pasta.

Are you looking for a special design bowl for your dinner table?
This pottery bowl is not only beautiful but multifunctional! I created it with every
day in mind as well as those special occasions! Fill the bowl with beautiful keepsakes like pine cones for a festive feel.
This pottery salad bowl makes a wonderful gift for foodies.
The bowl was formed from a slab of gray stoneware clay, which was folded to form its shape. Later I carved the bird in the sgraffito* technique.

*Sgraffito: a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color, typically done in plaster or stucco on walls, or in slip-on ceramics before firing.

≜ Hand formed from a clay slab
≜ Non-toxic, lead-free matte cream glaze
≜ Fired in the kiln at 1200 degrees Celsius

≜ Length: 10.62″ // 18 cm
≜ Width: 6.29″ // 16 cm
≜ Height: 7.08″ // 9 cm
≜ Volume 950 ml

* Handmade pottery may vary from images, due to its nature as handmade, making each piece truly unique and one-of-a-kind.
* Glaze colors may also appear differently on various computers or screen devices, or in changed lighting. All images are taken in natural indirect sunlight.

Thank you for visiting my shop, please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions.

I am Shelly, an art and nature addict 🙂 I create and design handmade ceramics.

I like experimenting with different techniques and constantly creating new designs.
I draw my inspiration from Mother Nature; I aim to bring nature inside, using materials that are sourced from nature and presenting images and objects which clearly represent it.

My goal is to create ceramics that not only meet the customer’s needs but also inspire some sense of nature.
Apart from ceramic work, I am also a great lover of yoga; I practice it regularly, finding my inner peace, one that inspires love and spirituality, aspects that play a large role in coming up with new designs. I also love baking and healthy food and believe that healthy fine food deserved to be served in dishes that bring out their best, and that is why I strive to make my customers ceramic pieces that will not only last but also appeal to their use.

One of my biggest influences is the sgraffito. The sgraffito is a form of decoration, typically done in plaster or stucco on walls, or in a slip, on ceramics, before firing.
Sgraffito is an Italian word meaning “to scratch” and create an image. Using the sgraffito technique I can create personalized images.

I make rustic dishes, tableware, home décor, clay baking dishes, coffee and teacups, flower vases, pots, and much more. My ceramics are known for their durability, originality, sophistication, authenticity, and of course, their beauty. I aim to provide my customers with items that are not only pleasing to the eyes but to the soul as well. The effort, attention to detail, and elegance brought out, make each item unique and a piece of art that represents reality. My customers’ satisfaction is my highest priority, I enjoy giving my customers the attention and service they deserve.

As part of caring for our planet, all my packing materials are recycled – sustainability matters to us all!


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Fine handmade ceramics with a focus on Nature from Israel.

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