• This redware batter bowl will inspire your baking spirit! Measures approximately 10" diameter x 5" tall and is perfect for full sized cake or bread batter. Interior is glazed and the exterior is unglazed. Fits so nicely in your hand when you're ready to pour. Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Food safe, oven safe, freezer safe. Aside from its modern, food safe glaze, this pottery is no different than historic redware and is completely functional within the context of its historical usage. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry your pottery thoroughly before using. Your piece will last to become a family heirloom.
  • This redware bird house will keep you and your avian friends smiling! Ken Henderson of Henderson Redware in Bangor, ME handcrafts these in the traditional manner.  Simply add your own twig for a perch.  In colonial times, bird bottles were hung beneath the eaves of buildings to encourage martins and other small birds to roost and help with insect control. Approximately 8"h x 5"dia. Because they are made by hand these bird bottles will vary slightly in size. Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry as needed.
  • Redware large plate or platter with a pig design in the traditional style, handmade by Ken Henderson of Henderson's Redware in Bangor, Maine. Measures approximately 13" in diameter and 1" deep Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Food safe, oven safe, microwave safe, freezer safe. Aside from its modern, food safe glaze, Henderson's Redware is no different than historic redware. Henderson's Redware is completely functional within the context of its historical usage. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry your redware thoroughly before using. Henderson's Redware will last to become a family heirloom.
  • Redware large plate or platter with a Tree of Life design in the traditional style, handmade by Ken Henderson of Henderson's Redware in Bangor, Maine. Measures approximately 13" in diameter and 1" deep Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Food safe, oven safe, microwave safe, freezer safe. Aside from its modern, food safe glaze, Henderson's Redware is no different than historic redware. Henderson's Redware is completely functional within the context of its historical usage. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry your redware thoroughly before using. Henderson's Redware will last to become a family heirloom.
  • Redware small bowl with spiral design inside, handmade by Ken Henderson of Henderson's Redware in Bangor, Maine. This fun 16oz bowl is the perfect size for your morning oatmeal or your any-time ice cream bowl! Measures approximately 6" in diameter and 3.5" tall. Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Food safe, oven safe, freezer safe. Aside from its modern, food safe glaze, this pottery is no different than historic redware and is completely functional within the context of its historical usage. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry your pottery thoroughly before using. Your piece will last to become a family heirloom.

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