Tree Candy Bowl with Spoon Set

Heartful Home Holiday by Tracy Pesche
SKU:
2020210251
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Tree Candy Bowl with Spoon Set

Heartful Home Holiday by Tracy Pesche
SKU:
2020210251

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The festive Tree Candy Bowl with Spoon Set is the perfect set to add to any upcoming holiday celebration or gathering. This two-piece ceramic set includes a small rounded bowl and a matching spoon. The bowl is adorned with a cute red and green striped pattern at the bottom and accented by playful Christmas trees at the top. The spoon features a candy cane stripe at the handle with bright green polka dot accents on the spoon. A part of the Heartful Home Collection by designer Tracy Pesche, this piece features whimsical work centered around the heart. Bursting with creative expression, these hand-sculpted and painted ceramics feature unique textures and dimensional details that add spirit to holiday entertaining. Packaged in the perfect gift box, this set comes ready to give to any holiday host or hostess this season.
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Created by Tracy Pesche
The Details
  • Size: Spoon: 5.5"long; Bowl: 5"dia. x 2.5"h
  • Materials: stoneware
  • Volume: 12 oz.
  • Care Instructions: Handwash Only
  • Copyright: © 2020 Tracy Pesche (aka Tra Art) for DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713568762
The Artist
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Tracy Pesche

Tracy Pesche has been a “maker kid” since childhood, crafting potholders and painted rocks. She inherited her creative passion from her parents, who’ve owned a fine art gallery since 1976. She recalls selling her handmade creations there: “I

found it very exciting and satisfying that someone would want to buy what I made with my own two hands.” She later earned a degree from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Tracy keeps her work uncomplicated and whimsical. She says, “Life

is not easy or simple, but for a minute, my art reminds us that loving and kindness can be.” Even in her spare time, Tracy is always thinking about what she can make next. With two sons that motivate her, she says, “My 6-year-old is very interes

ted in creating, so it’s fun to see what comes out of him ... I often try and channel my own inner child when I’m creating a new piece.” Producing a variety of work in her Tra Art Studio in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Tracy hopes her art will “ma

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