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East Fork Pottery

Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl

$42.00

The perfect bowl. For any meal or small tasks like whipping up small batches of pancakes and scrambling eggs.

East Fork Pottery

Handmade in North Carolina / Soapstone glaze / 6.75" W x 3.25" H / Stacks neatly / Made with minimally refined clay and glazed with small-batch, house-made glazes / Dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe / Slight variations exist

East Fork Pottery is unfussy, durable, timeless - made to use every day, for a long, long time.  The collection was born in North Carolina by founders Alexander Matisse, Connie Coady and John Vigeland. Today each piece is crafted from regionally-sourced stoneware clay and fired in a gas kiln. The end result celebrates the sacred moments of the everyday and the ritual of coming together around the table. 


  • Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl
  • Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl
  • Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl
  • Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl
  • Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl
  • Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl

East Fork Pottery

Soapstone Ceramic Cereal Bowl

$42.00

The perfect bowl. For any meal or small tasks like whipping up small batches of pancakes and scrambling eggs.

East Fork Pottery

Handmade in North Carolina / Soapstone glaze / 6.75" W x 3.25" H / Stacks neatly / Made with minimally refined clay and glazed with small-batch, house-made glazes / Dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe / Slight variations exist

East Fork Pottery is unfussy, durable, timeless - made to use every day, for a long, long time.  The collection was born in North Carolina by founders Alexander Matisse, Connie Coady and John Vigeland. Today each piece is crafted from regionally-sourced stoneware clay and fired in a gas kiln. The end result celebrates the sacred moments of the everyday and the ritual of coming together around the table. 

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