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Large Stoneware Platter | 19 Enlarge

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Blue Agate
Tavernware
Morning Glory Blue
Black On Green Agate

Large Stoneware Platter | 19" x 15"

Our largest and newest platter. Get yours in time for the next holiday!
Serve your dinner in style on this handmade stoneware platter. Use as a breakfast tray or tea tray for special occasions. If you're looking for a great wedding gift in a special pottery glaze color - this is it! Or put one away as the gift for anyone - anytime.

Our #2197 Large Platter is 19"L x 15"W.
CODE: 2197L-P
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It was on a trip to Vermont – vacation with the boys – that the gift idea for Dad came to me. I'd shoot a fresh turkey for him. The hills of Bennington, Vermont were filled with turkeys and the camp we'd rented was quite remote. What a cool gift idea for the guy who has everything. I met the fellas in town and shared my thoughts about the unique Christmas gift we were going to hunt for and they were in! The following morning we each filled a large coffee mug with steaming joe and ate a huge breakfast on the country dinnerware that looked like handmade pottery. Unusual for a camp we all commented, until I noticed the backstamp of a local pottery, making it easier to understand. Hours later, cold and exhausted, we spotted our first turkey - a huge Tom strutting his stuff. I took aim, fired, and down he went. I picked him up and tossed him into the SUV parked at the roadside. The boys decided that would be the gift for anyone on their list as well, so we went in search of more. Hours later we returned to the SUV empty handed. What a shock to see the leather insides of the vehicle had been shredded! Apparently only scared, the turkey had played dead and was fine but madder than a wet hen and ready to get out! So much for the perfect gift idea for Dad! After a good laugh, we released the wet hen and headed to Bennington Potters to pick out a handmade pottery platter the escapee would have been served up on. That night we composed the story to accompany the perfect Dad gift we ended up with!