Personalized Ring Dish Engagement Ring Holder, Engaged Couple Gift by Prima Pottery

  • Prima Pottery | Custom large engagement ring bowl with your monogram letters, heart, Engaged & date hand stamped in clay is a pretty spot for the engagement ring & keepsakes. Handcrafted artisan pottery, each ceramic plate is handmade with your unique personalization, making a unique gift for the newly engaged bride to be or yourself! This ceramic ring bowl is a beautiful addition to the couple’s official engagement celebration & ideal for holding the new ring, it will quickly become a cherished heirloom and used to hold their wedding rings and special belongings for years to come!  

    Timing: Allow 2 Weeks for your dish to be made before shipping. Ships in 2-3 weeks from purchase. An email alert with the shipping tracking number will be sent to you when it is ready to ship.

    Select your favorite custom color for the 2 monogram letters and heart as an accent: gold, rose gold, black or silver. This custom ceramic dish is approx 3.75” round - great for holding special treasures on a desk or nightstand. It includes a soft white gloss glaze finish to keep it beautifully protected.

    These custom personalized ring dishes make unique gifts for an engagement, bridal shower or birthday. Your loved ones will enjoy this quality handcrafted gift for years!
  • Please enter your 2 monogram letters & date as numbers. engaged is included. Please let us know if you do not want this feature on your 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 takes between 2-3 weeks to create 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. Most dishes return to the kiln for a second firing. Then the metallic color is applied by hand, if ordered.