Personalize Ring Dish Engagement Ring Holder, Gold Monogram Green Wedding Tray, Engaged Couple Gift by Prima Pottery

  • Custom engagement ring dish green fancy square ceramic jewelry trinket dish in rustic green gloss finish & gold accents is a great engagement ring holder or marriage proposal gift for her, friends, bride to be fiance or engaged couples.

    Your personalized jewelry trinket dish includes:
    2 large monogram initials, a celebration date as numbers & optional word 'engaged'.  See photos for how your dish will be set.

    In need of a perfect wedding gift or anniversary gift? Have your personalized keepsake catchall dish made without the word 'engaged'. This option is available with the pull down menu tabs.

    Hand brushed with with a unique reactive jade green glaze, this ceramic engagement ring plate is amazing - the green jade glaze turns golden brown over ridges & rim - no 2 are alike! Some dishes will appear more solid green & others will have a marbled effect.

    TIMING: 2 Weeks
    This dish is 100% handmade. Allow 2 weeks for your personalized dish to be created. Your order ships 3 weeks after purchase.

    These handmade in the U S A, hand-glazed dishes make beautiful gifts for an engagement, wedding, birthday or holiday. Your loved ones will enjoy this quality handmade gift for years to come. This curvy ceramic dish will keep your rings and jewelry safely by the sink, at a desk or bedside table. This custom ceramic dish is approx 4” square - great for remembering your loved one and holding special treasures.
  • Enter 2 monogram letters & date as numbers. Engaged is included. Custom text is not included on this dish. Computers are not used making your dish. Each dish is created entirely by hand. Minor variations that occur are part of the charm of hand-crafting. Each letter is individually positioned in the clay by hand, so minor variations must be expected.
  • 2-3 Weeks: The process to create takes about 2-3 weeks from the date of purchase. Most orders ship out 3 weeks from your purchase date. Handmade ceramic artistry takes time. Each dish is hand-formed from earthenware clay, then air-dried. The dish goes into the kiln for a 2,000 degree firing. Once cooled down, glaze is applied to the dish and returned to the kiln for a second 2,000 degree firing.