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Serving Tray - Wheat
This serving tray with contrast glaze features Kansas’ most important crop. Since the early 20th century Kansas has been called the “Wheat State.” Handmade one at a time, the designs are hand-incised and inspired by nature, and then painted with hand-mixed, lead-free glazes. This product is food safe. By Daisy Friesen, FriesenArt, of McPherson, Kansas.

5.75 inches wide, 11 inches long

Daisy Friesen with FriesenArt of McPherson Daisy Friesen of McPherson, Kansas, creates handmade pottery one piece at a time. Working on a potter's wheel or with slabs, she designs pieces with hand-incised elements inspired by nature. Friesen mixes her own lead-free glazes for one-of-a-kind art pieces that evoke the beauty of Kansas. Her products are designed to be food safe, unless otherwise noted.

Item #006589