Category Archives: But What Can I Do With It Series

The “But What Can I Do With It” Series ~ #2. Baking Apple

Originally published on August 12, 2011. If you read the first post in this series (about the hexabox), then you may recall that one of the really fun things about polish pottery is its ability to be multipurpose.  Our latest shipment of pottery has arrived, and one of our newly available pieces is the Baking …

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The “But What Can I Do With It” Series ~ Ramekins

It’s time once again for the “But What Can I Do With It” Series.  Besides being beautiful and durable, polish pottery is also extremely versatile.  With a little imagination, you can find multiple uses for a single piece of pottery.  Our pretty ramekins are a great example of how one small and inexpensive piece can …

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The “But What Can I Do With It” Series ~#5 Loop Handle Bowls

I just love these Loop Handle Bowls!  They epitomize the very things that drew me to polish pottery in the first place:  it’s unique, it’s beautiful, and it’s versatile.  Here are just a few ideas of ways you can put this lovely piece to work in your home. 1) Ice Cream Bowl- Imagine how cute …

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The “But What Can I Do With It?” Series ~ #4. Polish Pottery Baskets

Have you seen our adorable Polish Pottery baskets?  The Easter holiday is over, but these baskets are versatile enough to be used all year long.  Yes, that’s right…all year long!  I know what you’re thinking…”But what can I do with it all year long?”  I’m so glad you asked! Ten Uses for Polish Pottery Baskets …

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The “But What Can I Do With It?” Series ~ #3. Small Oval Baker

My Mom and I have been asked on a number of occasions how we decide what pieces to sell.  It’s a difficult decision, since we love so many different patterns and pieces.  One of the criteria we use when choosing new, and often more unique, items to sell is versatility.  Can it be used for …

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The “But What Can I Do With it?” Series ~ #1. Hexabox

While living in Germany, I made a number of trips to Boleslawiec, Poland to purchase polish pottery for myself.  I always went with groups of other women, some who had been there many times and some who were making their first polish pottery shopping excursion.  These trips were all pottery, all the time.  We went …

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