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"I wanted to take a moment to tell you I am love with your pottery. I have a service for 16...I have the classic dinnerware and most of your bakeware...I am amazed how much better and more even all of my baking is. It's worth every penny! I recently tried the classic 16 oz. coffee mugs, LOVE them! Thank you so very much!"
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Bennington Tall Heart Baker | Bowl Enlarge

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Morning Glory Blue
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Bennington Tall Heart Baker | Bowl

So deep we sometimes call it a bowl!
Shown at left in Morning Glory Blue glaze) This heart shaped stoneware baker is our deepest heart baking pan made especially for savory quick breads, sweet coffee and crumb cakes, and light brioche for two. It works great as a bowl too, just what you need for birthdays, anniversaries or for whenever a loved one could use a small show of affection.

Our #1948 Tall Heart Baker/Bowl is 3-1/2"H, 5-1/2"W and holds about 2-1/2 cups.
CODE: 1948-P
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No Black Jelly Beans!


Once a year we got out the heart shaped stoneware bowls and lined them up on the long kitchen table to await the Easter bunny. They were deep bowls, all a different pottery glaze color so that we could recognize our own. Mom lined the bottoms with that green fake grass stuff that always took up too much room. We always colored hard boiled eggs and went to bed wondering what the bunny would bring to fill our bowls. It was always some great candy always including jelly beans of course, but it took me years to find out why the bunny only brought black jelly beans to my brother Patrick. He told us years later that he would get up very early in the morning and steal all the licorice beans for his basket! At the time, he told us the bunny brought him the licorice ones because he was special!