Footed Oval Dish
Created by hand with high-fire stoneware clay and finished with our favorite food-safe Low Country White glaze, the special edition From: Susie Footed Oval Dish will find no shortage of uses in your home. In the dining room, this piece perfectlypresents small appetizers, nuts, or bruschetta. In the kitchen or bathroom, it serves as a soap dish, standing proudly by the sink to gracefully hold your favorite soap. On the bedroom dresser, use it as that special resting place for your favorite jewelry. Finally, entryways will gladly welcome a designated, yet stylish spot to collect keys and other small articles.
White stoneware clay
High gloss, food safe glaze (Low Country White)
9” length x 6” width x 2” height
Modern History Clay Works- Davidson, North Carolina
Melissa Reddick is a ceramic artist and the owner of Modern History Clay Works Studio in Davidson, North Carolina. Her first memories of working with clay date back to the early 1970s when she shaped her first tiny pot as a preschooler in Knoxville, Tennessee. Melissa knew from those early days that she was forever in love with creating from this material and has been anartist ever since. She earned a bachelor’s degrees in Fine Artspecializing in Ceramics and later, a Museum Education degree with a focus on Ceramics in graduate school. For years, as she raised her 3 children, Reddick worked part time as a potter and private art teacher, offering wheel technique classes to students from her home studio. As the demand for her own work increased, she founded her own business, Modern History Clay Works, to sale her collections and custom pieces to boutiques,museum shops, galleries, and private individuals across the country. Her work has been featured in Garden and Gun, Travel Girl, and Haven magazines.