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Emily Welch

Ceramic Magnolia Spoon Rest

Ceramic Magnolia Spoon Rest

Regular price $24.99 USD
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This Ceramic Magnolia Spoon Rest is handmade by Artisans in Shreveport, LA. It's hand painted with a lovely magnolia flower and 22k Gold luster on the trim. It's the perfect size to hold your spoons, spatulas or other utensils while you cook and adds charm to your kitchen in between meals.

Pairs well with the Ceramic Magnolia Utensil Holder.

All pieces are hand painted, glazed and fired in the Artisans' Louisiana studio.

Hand wash only please.

These items are handmade and slight differences will exist from the item pictured. Each one is unique and beautiful.

Size: Length: 9" Width: 3.6", Height: 1". Sizes are approximate.

Made in: Shreveport, LA

Lead time: 1 - 3 days

About the Maker

Emily Welch
Shreveport, LA

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Emily Welch is an Artisan craftsman who celebrates the welcoming spirit of the South. Her company, Magnolia Creative Co. embodies her Southern roots. Raised in Baton Rouge, she now lives in Shreveport with her husband, two children... read more »

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Roxie Jennings (Crowley, US)
Beautiful work!

The ceramic Magnolia utensil holders were perfect! Definitely exceeded my expectations! Thank you for your work!

Thanks for your review of the Ceramic Magnolia Utensil Holder Roxie. We love hearing that it exceeded your expectations. Enjoy! And thanks for supporting local artists and small businesses. It makes a big difference.

Beautiful utensil holder

This ceramic utensil holder was just what I was looking for. Beautifully painted and with a touch of gold around the rim. Looks amazing in my kitchen. I also purchased the spoon holder that goes with it. Both are exceptionally nice pieces.

Hi Beverly. We're glad to hear that you like the Ceramic Magnolia Utensil Holder and spoon rest. Thanks for the lovely picture. And thanks for supporting local artisans and small businesses.