Sunday, November 19, 2023

Holiday Sales - Come fill your sleigh!

 Unique, handcrafted gifts  
Open the weekend after Thanksgiving 
Saturday, November 25 and Sunday, November 26 
1st Saturday, December 2
from 10 a.m to 5 p.m.
There's something for everyone: bowls, platters, mugs, jewelry, gourds, garlic jars, garlic graters, apple bakers, bread bowls, colanders, tiny treasure boxes, sea glass art, vases, ikebanas, trays, cups, steam bakers, salt pigs, ramen bowls, honey jars, serving dishes, pie plates, plowls, wall pockets, bird houses, bird feeders, coasters, and more . . 

Hope to see you soon!

Wednesday, June 28, 2023

They are adorable, but what do we call them?

Oh the creative treasures do abound at River Water Pottery. In addition to our amazing and practical pottery, and delightful sea glass art work, we also now have the most adorable little hand made boxes of treasures. Some hold tiny sewing kits, and others have miniature surprises. All are made with care by Anne's sister in Oregon. These delightful diminutive boxes are hard to walk away from. You'll likely find several that are just right for someone on your gift list. Leave yourself some extra time to open each of them and see what awaits.

And we need your help. We can't decide what to call these tiny treasures. Here are some names we've considered. Let us know which one you like best when you stop by on First Saturday.

Peek-a-Treasure Boxes

Peek Inside Boxes

Petite Peek-inside Delights

Miniature Treasure Boxes

Tiny Peek-a-Box

Tiny Secret Stashes

Peekable Miniatures

Miniature Magic Boxes

Crafty Curiosities

Tiny Treasures

Peek-a-Boo Delights

Petite Playsets

Whimsical Wonders

Dainty Dioramas

Secret Stitcheries

Trinket Troves

Bitsy Bundles

Playful Panoramas

Diminutive Delights

Petite Patchwork Palaces

Sunday, June 11, 2023

Do you need a plowl?

What's a plowl?

Wider than a bowl and deeper than a plate - it's a combination of the two shapes: a blate, a plowl - a plate-sized bowl, wide enough to contain a whole balanced dinner, with curved up sides so you can also use it for pastas, salads, saucy leftovers, or serving a giant pile of cookies . . .
Once you get a plowl, you'll use it for everything.  So you should probably get at least a couple.