I’ve already shared with all of you the amazing fun I had making my OWN pottery at Cahaba Clayworks last week, but now I have a piece of REAL pottery – Artisan, Five-Star Restaurant kind of pottery – for you to win!!

I have a bowl to give away to one of you is made by my Aunt Tena of Earthborn Pottery.

Earthborn Artisan Dinnerware is featured in 5-star restaurants, resorts, lodges, and country clubs across the United States, including MGM’s famed Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas and Hot and Hot Fish Club here in Birmingham. It is created with an artist’s touch and a potter’s hand, combined to create functional art dinnerware.

I absolutely love Tena’s creations, and am slowly building up a collection of my own.

The glaze on this particular bowl caught my attention because of the amazing 3-D effect that seemed to possess. It reminded me of a Zinnia:IMG_7931
It features Tena’s signature shell-shaped buttons and these beautiful pedestal legs:IMG_7937

This bowl retails at $45, and is made with some of the most durable firing methods in the pottery world. It is dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe, and is sure to last you for many years.

If you’d like to win this bowl, simply comment on this post!

You can earn up to four extra entries by:

  • Subscribe to OR Follow my blog
  • Follow me on Twitter OR my new fan page on Facebook
  • Follow EarthbornStudio on Twitter OR Cahaba Clayworks on Facebook
  • Tweet, blog, OR Facebook about the giveaway

(be sure to leave separate comments for your extra entries.)

Best of luck! This giveaway is open until Monday, March 15th. The winner will be selected randomly and announced on Tuesday, March 16th.

Disclosure: I received a bowl for review purposes, but was not paid to write this or my last post. My opinions are completely my own.

145 thoughts on “Earthborn Pottery Giveaway!!

  1. I love pottery and wish I had a talented bone in my body to be able to make a bowl. The glazing really does remind me of a Zinnia. Thank-you for the opportunity to win it. I follow you off of Google reader.

  2. I just found your blog through my friend Beth at Unskinny Boppy and wow, hilarious! Thanks for the laughs (and the tips to avoid mom butt!).

  3. Love that bowl! Your bowl was, uh, nice, too, Rachel. :) Seriously though, you did a way better job than I could have!

  4. What a cool item! I took pottery for a semester in college for a fun elective, and I'm always in awe as to what "professionals" can create! Hope I win!

  5. What a lovely bowl. That is absolutely gorgeous! I wish I were a fraction as talented as the artist :) Thank you so much for this giveaway!
    ceevegnashville [at] gmail [dot] com

  6. My anniversary is March 15th, so the day after would be a great time to win this beautiful bowl! Count me in!

  7. Am I allowed to win pottery again? Does it have to be more than 2 years since I last won? You know I LOVE your aunt's work… so, please, please sign me up for a chance!

  8. OMG that bowl is so beautiful! I hope I win.
    nik_har at yahoo dot com
    (there is an underscore between "nik" & "har")

  9. Wonderful piece of work I would put this bowl on my coffee table filled with potpourri.

  10. This bowl is beautiful! Wish I could make something close to this!

  11. I love pretty pottery, and I love this bowl. THanks for the chance to win.
    bbentry [at] aol [dot] com

  12. That bowl is gorgeous! I used to live in North Carolina – and this bowl reminds me of the beautiful pottery I would see at all of the pottery shows I went to!

  13. I LOVE LOVE LOVE pottery, and this bowl is fabulous! Thanks! (I am now follwoing you on Twitter, too!) :)

  14. Love the blog's new face! Also really enjoy reading about your adventures and your hilarious commentary on being a mom! :)

  15. Your Aunt Tena does beautiful work! I'd love to be entered. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  16. I just inherited a beautiful dining room set and this beautiful bowl would be great to put right in the middle of the table! Thanks for a wonderful gift!

  17. I love pottery I tried it out in gatlinburg last year and was able to make a really small bowl. Its so relaxing.

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