Barrington Pottery Pie Dish, Sage
Exclusive to the National Trust, this rustic pie dish was lovingly hand thrown by Paul Jessop & Marion Lewis on our Barrington Court estate.
This neutral sage green variety was created especially for us to sit with our "Wilderness" collection this season.
These simple yet versatile dishes can be used for a number of different pies and baked goods and don't stop there, let your imagine find other uses for these artisan kitchen piece.
Very handy dishes that are not only safe for use in the oven and microwave but can be safely used in the freezer and dishwasher.
Simple honest pottery at its best.
Complete the set with our mug, jug and egg cup.
This artisan pottery range is made for us on our Barrington Court estate, Somerset by Paul Jessop and Marion Lewis.
Their version of this design classic keeps alive all of the traditional skills associated with British Slipware Country Pottery.
The materials they use are few and all locally sourced: a local Devon red clay for the main pots and a ball clay from Cornwall for the decoration or slip. Each dish is hand thrown on the potters wheel, trimmed and slipped when leather hard and stamped with our Barrington Pottery mark.
They are then left to dry for at least a week before the first firing in the kiln. The first firing known as "biscuit firing” takes over thirty-six hours, once biscuit fired the pie dishes are then hand glazed before being fired again this time to a higher temperature.
This also takes a further thirty-six hours. These are special products with provenance.
Dimensions: 5 x 12 cm diameter approx.
Material: Red earthenware clay
Care Instructions: Hand wash recommended but is also dishwasher safe. Suitable for use in ovens and microwaves
MADE IN THE UK
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