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Rowe Pottery Baking Pan - Historical Collection


The Rowe Pottery Baking Pan is part of the 2015 Historical Collection bakeware line. This collection focuses on the farm to table movement, the idea of growing your own vegetables, storing them and using them in daily meals. This low, round baking pan is a classic historical form and was traditionally used as a milk pan, but now is the perfect baker for your favorite family recipe including a classic casserole or shepherd's pie. Like all Rowe products, the Baking Pan is glazed with lead-free glazes, and is safe for use in your microwave, oven and dishwasher.

Because all salt glazed pottery is handmade and hand painted, you will find originality and uniqueness in each piece. The size, shape, and pattern of each piece will vary. Also, color variations, which occur during the firing process, create the high and low color tones that give your piece its unique character. Natural color tones of the pottery pieces vary ranging from stone gray to tan, with cobalt blue accents.

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2015 Historical Collection Pattern
Baking Pan - 10.5 in. diameter x 2.5 in. high
Salt glazed pottery
Colors may vary
Decorations and accessories not included
No expedited orders
Allow an additional 2 weeks for delivery

Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe
Allow an additional 2 weeks for delivery.
No expedited orders.

Price includes special packing and handling charges.
Rowe Pottery was established in 1975 in Cambridge, Wisconsin. In the late 1970s, as a two-person pottery studio and shop, sales were made through art fairs and the studio showroom. All the Rowe Pottery was made by hand on the potter's wheel and the pots were fired in the brick kiln out behind the small workshop. Interest in collecting antique cobalt blue decorated salt glaze crocks and jugs was the inspiration to change the studio's pottery product line in early 1980. Rowe Pottery...

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