Because these pieces may be used alongside other designs in our traditional or historic collections, we’ve used the same grey background glaze and blue decorating paint for the designs to assure our customers that their home entertaining –– indoors and out –– will have symmetry and cohesion that emphasizes a finer sense of design.
Cambridge, WI (PRWEB) February 6, 2006
Rowe Pottery Works of Cambridge, Wisconsin, showcases its 2006 Spring Collection of salt-glazed pottery in the new spring catalog, on the Rowe Pottery Web site http://www.rowepottery.com, at the Rowe Pottery Company Store in Cambridge, Wisconsin, and in shops throughout the country starting in February.
The new collection of salt-glazed pottery features delicate blue bumblebees and dragonflies dancing across English birdbaths and birdhouses, crocks and canisters, jugs and storm jars. The pieces are decorative and functional, ideal for deck and patio entertaining. “Many of our customers enjoy changing decorative items with the seasons, and spring is the perfect time to refresh the inside of your home and prepare to take the hospitality outside with serving dishes and garden accessories,” noted Justin Janisch, Rowe Pottery Works president.
The charming icons of warmer days, bumblebees and dragonflies, are handpainted on each piece of individually thrown salt-glazed pottery, making each piece unique in two ways. “Because these pieces may be used alongside other designs in our traditional or historic collections, we’ve used the same grey background glaze and blue decorating paint for the designs to assure our customers that their home entertaining –– indoors and out –– will have symmetry and cohesion that emphasizes a finer sense of design.”
A cheerful golden-colored sundial has been added to the Spring Collection. Eleven inches across, it is weatherproof and can be left outdoors to measure the arc of the sun across the patio or garden. The 2006 Spring Collection will be available through the summer.
About Rowe Pottery Works
Rowe Pottery Works was established in 1975 in Cambridge, Wisconsin. What started as a two-person pottery studio is now a group of artisans, each with unique talents and skills. Interest in collecting antique cobalt blue decorated salt-glazed pottery crocks and jugs was the inspiration to change the studio's pottery product line in early 1980. Since then, Rowe Pottery has been making museum-quality reproductions of Early American salt-glazed crocks and jugs. In addition, the line has recently expanded to include new products, warm colors and bold designs.
For more information:
Greg Sanders, Marketing and Sales Director
Rowe Pottery Works
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