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Joy Crafter Blessing Bowl Raku with Copper Glaze

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Blessing Bowl Raku W/ Copper Glaze 3"

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Blessing Bowl from Raku Pottery

Each handcrafted Raku gift is fired in an outdoor kiln. Red hot, it is pulled from the kiln and placed into a pit with wood shavings. The intense heat ignites a blaze giving this Raku piece unique flashes of color, making each truly a one-of-a-kind gift. Artist Jeremy Diller's southwest heritage shines through in the designs and colors of all of our collection of Raku Pottery gifts.

Each bowl has an inspirational quote on the bottom and arrives in a small gift box. There is a little insert tag included with each Blessing Bowl that reads:  "In ordinary life we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich." Dietrich Bonhaeffer

"One single grateful thought raised to heaven is the most perfect prayer."  G.E. Lessing

Write down a few things you are grateful for.  Fold the paper and place it in your blessing bowl. Every time you pass your bowl or think of it, you will be reminded of your blessing.  As you are thankful for your treasures, you invite more good things.

Raku Pottery is light sensitive and will fade if left in direct sunlight. These bowls are not food-safe and should not be used for food. Each piece is unique in design and colors and may not look like the photos, please contact us if you have any questions before purchasing this gift. Measures 2.5" diameter bowl and comes with gift box. Bowls sold individually (not as a group).

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