Delilla Medium Vase - Blue
This piece of handmade pottery comes from Frank Stofan in Venago, Pennsylvania. Frank Stofan's studio opened in 1998 where he has developed a unique line of ash glazed pottery suited for everyday use and the collector's table. The clay used is fine white stoneware and each piece is hand-thrown on the potter's wheel signed glazed and fired to 2300 degrees. The wood ash glaze is formulated with ashes recycled from the wood stoves of neighbors in the community. The ashes help melt the other elements in the glaze and create the distinctive tree-like effect. Please note, size may vary slightly. Glazed finish.
Dimensions: Approximately 4.25 inches high x 4.75 inches wide.
For more information on The Pottery of Frank Stofan and to see our curated collection of their work, visit the collection page here: https://modernbungalow.com/collections/frank-stofan-pottery
Frank Stofan is a true craftsman still working at his pottery studio in Pennsylvania today. His ash-glazed work is an unmistakable signature style that is valued by collectors across the country and the world. We are privileged to carry his work in our store.
The items shown here are in stock at Modern Bungalow and will be received in 10-14 days. UPS ground shipping is free. If you are interested in a sold-out item, please contact us but we cannot guarantee availability.
In the rare case of a defect, mistake, or damage in shipping, please contact us right away so that we can work with the freight company to make it right for you. If for any other reason you are unhappy with your purchase in the first 30 days after receiving it, just ship it back to us (you'll be responsible for return shipping) and we'll be happy to help you find something else or refund your purchase.
Our favorite thing about Frank Stofan pottery is that it is water-tight and microwave-safe. Feel free to drink your coffee from the mugs and place fruit in the serving bowl! To protect the finish for the long-term however, please do not place these items in the dishwasher.