Handmade Ceramic Loop Gravy Boat
For gallery-worthy gravy.
Who knew a gravy boat could look this artful? This gem comes straight from Brooklyn-based ceramicist Catalina Parra, who handmade it using a process called slip-casting. It’s stoneware, too, so you can bet it’s sturdy enough to make its rounds around the table. It’ll dole out gravy with a flourish, to be sure, but we’re using it for all sorts of other sauces, too.
Photography by Ty Mecham, James Ransom
Details & Materials +-
6” L x 3.5 D x 4.5” H, 10 oz capacity
Care & Notes +-
Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. The interior of the gravy boat is glazed and the exterior is partially glazed (approx. 1.5-inch exposed clay).
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