About Gourd Impressions Pottery:

In 2000 Gourd Place artist and co-owner Priscilla Wilson invented a unique method of using gourd molds for slip-casting pottery. We received our U.S. Utility Patent in 2006. You should know that the veins and textures from inside the gourds that give our pottery its unique appearance also make it vulnerable to slight warping when fired! Thus there will be minor variations in the shapes of the individual pieces making them less stack-able than factory made dishes.

Gourd Impressions pottery is made from stoneware. This means that it is fired to almost 2300 degrees, making it microwave/oven/dishwasher safe. All glazes are food safe and contain no lead. As with any handmade pottery, there will be variations in the glaze inside and the underglaze that is applied to the outside of the dishes.

How to order Gourd Impressions pottery:

As of 2016, we are no longer shipping pottery. If you are willing to pay the price for The Shipping Depot in Cleveland, GA to do this for you, we will take your order there and pass along their charges to you. You can call us at 706-865-4048 to discuss this option or place orders to be picked up at The Gourd Place.

These dinner plates and bowls are shown to identify the colors of the glazes we offer. Photos below show items in various glazes, but any piece is available in any of these colors.
The white and calico glazes previously pictured may still be ordered.

Items are pictured below showing both the inside and the outside of the piece so that you may see how the gourd textures are highlighted for each glaze. Measurements are approximate; these are given in terms of diameter for pieces that are more or less round and in terms of width, referring to widest dimension, if their shapes are more oblong. If the designation diameter with an asterisk is used, this means the piece may be round or warp to a more oval shape.

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#1 – Dinner plate
10″ diameter x 1″ high
Shown in green
#2 – Lunch plate
8.5″ wide x 1″ high
Shown in indigo blue
#3 – Salad plate
6″ diameter x 1″ high
Shown in jasper.
#4 – Soup or salad bowl
6.5″ diameter x 2.75″ high
#5 – Dessert bowl
5″ wide x 2″ high
Shown in antique iron
#6 – Custard bowl
4″ wide x 1.75″ high
Shown in antique iron
#7 – Triangular bowl
6.5″ wide x 2.25″ high
Shown in green
#8 – Large abstract bowl
12.5″ diameter* x 4.5″ high
Shown in green
#9 – Medium abstract bowl
9″ diameter* x 3.5″ high
Shown in jasper
#10 – Small abstract bowl
7.5″ diameter* x 3.5″ high
Shown in indigo blue
#11 – Wide side dish
11.5″ Long x 7.5 ” Wide x 4″ High
Shown in antique iron
#12 – Large casserole bowl
8″ diameter x 4″ high
Shown in indigo blue
#13 – Large funky platter
14″ wide x 2″ high
#14 – Open luminary (on left)
3.5″ diameter x 3.75″ high
#15 – Closed luminary (on right)
2.5″ diameter x 4″ high