Polish Pottery

Polish Pottery Signature Utensil Holder



Keep your kitchen organized and your utensils easily accessible while adding a touch of Polish tradition to your space.

Handcrafted with meticulous attention to detail and adorned with vibrant patterns, it's such an easy way to add a pop of color to your kitchen!

  • Measures 5-3/4" Diam x 5 3/4" H
  • Handmade and Hand Painted
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • 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.

Lucyna Lenkiewicz – designer of decorations. The artist has been connected with the Artistic Handicraft Cooperative “Artistic Ceramics and Pottery” since 1998. Since 2002 she has been a pattern designer. It is my desire that the entire process of creating decorations should be an incessant joy of self-development, i.e. self-expression in designing patterns, motives and seal arrangements. I love experiments that lead me to new experiences every now and again. What I do is watching the world around me and trying to immortalize its fragments on pottery surfaces.

Danuta Knapik-For me the art of decorating pottery vessels is a chance for moving to the land of my childhood spent in the truly wonderful Polish countryside. This experience has influenced my whole life. I have become receptive to the beauty of nature, and the close communion with nature has provoked me to deal with art.

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