Hosta Leaf large serving platter 12" D
A large hand built serving platter made by pressing real hosta leaves into clay. A foot rim was added for balance and strength. 12" D X 2 1/2" H, holds a roast chicken, 12 piled biscuits, pasta for 8. A piece intended to delight gardeners and those who find peace and renewal in the summer garden. Oven, microwave safe. Hand washing recommended due to large size. Custom Orders will differ in placement of leaves but will have relatively the same size, shape, and complexity as shown. Production…
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