Polish Pottery

Polish Pottery Signature Grande Oval Platter


This is one of our most intricately detailed pieces in our Polish Stoneware collection.  A beautiful garden is in bloom in many different colors while still featuring the signature Cobalt blue that this pottery is known for.  Everyone needs one beautiful platter for serving~this might be the prettiest of them all. 
  •  UNIKAT U4
  • Artist Maria Starzyk 
  • Ceramika Artystyczna factory 
  • Measures 17 3/4" x 10 1/2" x 2"
  • Handmade and Hand Painted
  • Microwave, dishwasher safe
  • Oven Safe to 450 F. 
  • Refrigerator and freezer safe...bring dish to room temperature before placing in heated oven.
  • Cadmium and lead free
  • Crack and Chip Resistant

Shipping and Handling Included

About Polish Pottery

The history of the famed Polish pottery town of Boleslawiec began several thousand ago. The remarkable pottery created by artisans in Boleslawiec has roots dating back to at least 6,000 B.C. The story of Boleslawiec Polish Pottery is both an interesting and triumphant one. The potters of this town and region have had to overcome immense setbacks, but they have always prevailed and exist as one of the most famous producers of pottery in the world.

Ceramika Artystyczna (CA) is a world renowned maker of hand painted stoneware from Boleslawiec, Poland. Stoneware made by CA is of the highest quality and most exquisite and unique artistry

Signature UNIKAT is Polish pottery of the highest level of artistry. It is created by extremely talented artists who enjoy the privilege of working on their designs from beginning to end. Thus, these pieces are very limited, and each of them is a remarkable work of art with fine designs.

Instead of just initials, the artists sign the pieces using their full names. Also, the pieces are incredibly unique as they are hand-made and reflect the style and inspiration of a particular artist.

About Maria Starzyk

Maria Starzyk is a designer of decorations of Artistic Handicraft Cooperative “Ceramika Artystyczna” in Bolesławiec. She is a Graduate of State High School of Fine Arts in Sędziszów. Maria has been working for the Cooperative since 1996. As a designer, she has introduced over 1500 unique decorations, starting from color balanced geometrical elements to multi-colored compositions, characterized by her personal sense of freedom. Maria also has incorporated floral motifs that are painted in hues of green, brown, red, yellow and cobalt.

Her new collection of a unique decoration style is “Łąka”. These decorations are finely painted with delicate details and pastel hues, resembling watercolour designs. Water, wave and bubbles were the inspiration to create the new “Fala” decorations for products in the shape of fish. Colourful tenement houses, which have been decorating the market square in Bolesławiec for decades, were the inspiration to create new decorations which presently grace ceramics.

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