Hand Painted Pottery with Animal and Dog Art by Nan Hamilton Boston MA

Bowls to Use

Little bowls, big bowls, they're the most useful of pots, something you reach for all the time. If you are interested in more information or to see more photos, please email info@nanhamilton.com.

Seven ducklings paddle around their
pond as a young turtle watches from below.
This porcelain bowl is 2" high
and 5 1/4" wide.

These ferns,Aspenium Platyneuron, are plentiful
in the eastern US and are called ebony spleenwort.
This porcelain bowl is 2 1/4" high
and 2 3/4" wide.

Elephants are very social animals and
often gather together to care for each other.
This stoneware dish is 2" high
and 8 1/2" wide.

Spraying some water through your trunk makes
for a cool time for this herd of young elephants.
This stoneware bowl is 3 1/4" high
and 6 1/2" wide.

The toucan is a flashy bird
with tons of attitude to match.,
This stoneware bowl is 2" high
and 5 1/2" wide.

Four snoozy cats nap together,
their tails entwined, on this bowl.
This stoneware bowl is 2 3/4" high
and 5" wide.

What could be more fun than five
leaping frogs playing leap frog.
This stoneware pot is 2 3/4" high
and 4 1/2" wide.

Fill this bowl with a big batch of salsa
or a spicy peppery soup.
This stoneware bowl is 3 1/4" high
and 6 1/2" wide.

This cache pot would be just right
as a container for small kitchen tools.
This stoneware container is 3 1/4"
high and 4 1/2" wide.

Five cheetahs relax together around
this bowl with an orange interior.
This stoneware bowl is 6 1/2" wide
and 2 3/4" high.

This serene white rhinoceros has a
heritage from way back in the Miocene era.
This small porcelain dish is 1 1/2"
high and 6" wide.

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