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Wide Stripe Candy Bowl with Spoon Set

Heartful Home by Tracy Pesche

SKU:
1004380032
UPC:
638713500328
$24.00
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Have fun with the playful designs found in Heartful Home by Tracy Pesche. This artist featured Collection is filled with whimsical home decor and dishware in the full spectrum of colors. If you know someone who is feeling down, a gift from the Heartful Home Collection will brighten their day. Each dish and ornament is designed by artist, Tracy Pesche, who likes to handcraft her original artwork from wood, wire, and metal. If you are looking for the perfect Valentine's Day gift to give someone special? Consider filling our Wide Stripe Candy Bowl and Spoon Set with lots of candy and hand delivering it to your loved one. This striking black and white bowl is embellished on the front with a red ceramic heart. A similar glazed heart is painted in the bowl of the spoon. These pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe. The DEMDACO Tracy Pesche Wide Stripe Candy Bowl with Spoon Set is made from ceramic stoneware. The bowl measures 5" dia., the spoon measures 5.5" long.
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The Details
  • Heartfelt Home by Tracy Pesche is a line of dishware and ornaments developed for everyday use. These pieces offer a handmade feeling with crooked edges and bright, playful colors. They add a whimsical touch to your household decor.
  • Give someone you love this Wide Stripe Candy Bowl with Spoon Set for Valentine's Day this year. It features a black and white striped bowl and spoon. A raised red heart embellishment adds depth to the front of the bowl.
  • It makes a delightfully decorative piece, or can be used to hold candy treats to snack on throughout the day.
  • Microwave safe and dishwasher safe.
  • The DEMDACO Tracy Pesche Wide Stripe Candy Bowl with Spoon Set is made from ceramic stoneware. The bowl measures 5" Dia., the spoon measures 5.5" Long.
The Artist
Nicknamed Traby her family and friends, Tracy Pesche has been a “maker kid” since she was little, selling pot holders and painted rocks. Her passion for the arts is inherited from her parents, who own a fine art gallery that opened in 1976,and l ed to a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, with a concentration in ceramics, from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Today, Tracy finds herself in her hometown of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, raising her own family and creating whimsical pieces out of wood and metal. Her bright colors and whimsical style appeal to all ages. Tracy hopes her pieces put a smile on others’ faces and brighten their walls and their day.

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