Pink Wedding Plate Personalize Engagement Ring Holder Dish

  • Custom pottery handmade ceramics personalized pink glossy clay wedding bowl with natural wavy sides includes minimalist typographic design: 2 name monogram initial letters, lovers heart & date - an original gift for couple, newlyweds wedding gift, loved ones, friends, spouse anniversary gift or fiance engagement gift for her.

    Made to order your 6 inch or 8 inch wide plate is food safe and can be used as a spoon rest, dessert serving dish, small cake plate or cookie dish. Display your dish as pottery table art or as a personal wedding ring holder, engagement ring dish, jewelry holder dish or trinket bowl. Whatever the use, it is a pretty spot for your treasures!

    Finish Options: Your dish is finished with a glaze* to keep it beautifully protected:
    Soft Pink gloss - final dish color is soft pink, shine
    Soft white gloss - final dish color is creamy white, shine

    Timing: 2-3 Weeks
    This dish is 100% handmade. Allow 2-3 weeks for your personalized dish to be created.

    Your personalized dish includes a glaze finish on the top side. The bottom of your dish is the natural matte clay finish. Celebrate special moments with 100% handcrafted art. Order your one-of-a-kind name and date ring dish today!
  • Please enter the 2 monogram letters in the order they will appear on your dish and the custom date as numbers. (For example: 12.25.2019) Your personalized initials will be set in upper case letters. Your personalized dish will look like the sample dish in the photos.
  • Timing: 2-3 Weeks
    This dish is 100% handmade. The process to create pottery takes about 2-3 weeks from the date of purchase. Most orders ship out 2-3 weeks from your purchase date. An email alert with your shipping tracking number will be sent to you when the order ships. Rush orders are not available for this dish. 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. Computers are not used making your dish. Each ring dish is created entirely by hand. Minor variations 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.