Rowe Pottery salt glaze stoneware

Hand-crafted salt-glaze pottery  is achieved by throwing crude salt into the kiln when the fire is intense. The salt instantly vaporizes to create a transparent glaze.
 The salt-glaze stoneware is truly indicative of early times, but adapted for everyday use.
Rowe Pottery Works
Handled Whisk
"Country Craftsman" Collection
Rowe Pottery Works, Cobalt Blue Handled Whisk
Here is a rare Rowe Pottery Works whisk with ceramic handle; this whisk was part of a series called "Country Craftsman" that was introduced in early 2000.
 However, by the end of that year, this series was discontinued.  The whisk was only available for a few months as it became more difficult to produce than anticipated. 
This dark cobalt blue whisk is a prototype that was made in 1999.
The handle is stoneware with a dark cobalt blue shiny glaze, and the top is stainless steel.
SIZE:  9.5 inches length

Rowe Pottery Works, Cobalt Blue Handled Whisk

The whisk was never photographed for a color catalog, but an introductory paper was sent out to the dealers for ordering, and the picture shown above is the only time the whisk shows up in Rowe's literature. 
There is not a Rowe mark on the whisk, so the picture is my proof that it was made by them. 
In the picture, there is a whisk with a yellow handle shown in a bowl.
Rowe Pottery Works, Cobalt Blue Handled Whisk

The whisk is in very good condition, and has never been used; only displayed in a closed case.

If you have a large collection of Rowe Pottery, this whisk makes a great display to highlight the collection.
Order:  #RP-Whisk
Price:  $28.00
On some items, you will see "Retired".
That means this item is no longer being made - we still have it available as long as it appears on our website.
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