Polish Pottery

Polish Pottery Signature Large Cheese Lady-Artist Anna Pasierbiewicz



One of a kind piece!   This lady will make you smile.

  • Artist is Anna Pasierbiewicz
  • Measures 7-3/4" with plate 7" High
  • Handmade and Hand Painted
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Oven Safe to 450 F.
  • Refrigerator and Freezer Safe...bring dish to room temp before placing in heated oven or microwave.
  • Cadmium and lead free.
  • Crack and Chip Resistant

 Shipping and Handling Included

 About Polish Pottery

Boleslawiec, the renowned Polish pottery town, boasts a rich history dating back thousands of years, with its remarkable pottery created by artisans tracing roots to 6,000 B.C. Despite facing significant challenges, the artisans of Boleslawiec have persevered, making it one of the world's premier pottery producers.


There is a special “UNIKAT” stamp to indicate that it is a unique piece. In addition, it features the piece’s pattern number and the artist’s initials, or full name, depending on the quality level of the UNIKAT vessel.

Signature UNIKAT Polish pottery of the highest level of artistry. It is created by extremely talented artists who work on their designs from beginning to end. Thus, these pieces are very limited and are incredibly unique as they are hand-made and reflect the style and inspiration of a particular artist.

About Anna Pasierbiewicz

My first attempts of creating new designs were projects of painting by colour deposit glazings. In 1975 at the initiative of current main technologist Andrzej Skowroński and laboratory assistant Urszula Jałowska, the stamps decorating by hand were introduced to the Cooperative. Together with Zofia Gruszczyńska I made first designs of the stamps decorations and patterns like 60, 64, 67 and 70 were created that time.

Then I started making stamped patterns cut from a sponge. In 1988 I obtained a diploma of “Handicrafter Artist” awarded by the Commission of Artistic Opinions (Komisja Ocen Artystycznych) in Warsaw. The poor market offer and ideas hidden in me made me initiate in 1992 an auteur workshop of unique items. I was inspired not only by the need to create new patterns but also enrich the pattern-designing with stamp and painting combinations. Owing to this enterprise the Cooperative has recruited a number of lovers of unique decorations.

Ceramic products in my decorations among others were presented on the fairs and exhibitions, received prizes and distinctions, like Dobry Wzór 1994 awarded by the Institute of Industrial Design in Warsaw and Wzór Roku IWP in 1995.

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