Leaf Dish by Prodigal Pottery from Alabama

$12.00
  • Leaf Dish by Prodigal Pottery from Alabama

Leaf Dish by Prodigal Pottery from Alabama

$12.00

This beautiful leaf soap dish is a wonderful addition to your home. My guess is that many will use this dish for more than just holding soap. It makes a great spoon rest, ring holder, and a wonderful base for a candle. Perfect house warming or hostess gift. This dish is dishwasher and microwave safe. 

Dimensions: 5 x 3.5 Inches

Prodigal Pottery started from the dream to create jobs for women fleeing homelessness and domestic abuse in a safe and therapeutic environment.

King's Home is home and safe haven to over 50 women who are seeking hope and restoration from pasts riddled with abuse and homelessness. When King's Home was donated an industrial kiln and pottery supplies, the dream to create jobs for the women of King's Home became a reality. Since Prodigal Pottery started in 2014, the women, many who are working on their GED's, grow in their basic job skills. As they have learned how to roll clay, “love” any imperfections, paint, tag and inventory pottery, they are also creatively solving problems and developing relationships in the workplace. Thank you for purchasing their beautiful pottery.

 

 

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This beautiful leaf soap dish is a wonderful addition to your home. My guess is that many will use this dish for more than just holding soap. It makes a great spoon rest, ring holder, and a wonderful base for a candle. Perfect house warming or hostess gift. This dish is dishwasher and microwave safe. 

Dimensions: 5 x 3.5 Inches

Prodigal Pottery started from the dream to create jobs for women fleeing homelessness and domestic abuse in a safe and therapeutic environment.

King's Home is home and safe haven to over 50 women who are seeking hope and restoration from pasts riddled with abuse and homelessness. When King's Home was donated an industrial kiln and pottery supplies, the dream to create jobs for the women of King's Home became a reality. Since Prodigal Pottery started in 2014, the women, many who are working on their GED's, grow in their basic job skills. As they have learned how to roll clay, “love” any imperfections, paint, tag and inventory pottery, they are also creatively solving problems and developing relationships in the workplace. Thank you for purchasing their beautiful pottery.