I made Taos Oil Pourer was made on the potter’s wheel from stoneware clay. It has an elegant shape and a flat bottom. Grasp at the base of the neck for a balanced pour.
I call the combination of 4 glazes I use ‘Taos” because my technique of dipping and pouring blue, green, cream, and gold glazes results in an overlapping surface that references the natural environment of Northern New Mexico.
Glazed on the inside as well as the outside. Fired to 2200 degrees F.
Fill Taos Oil Pourer with an oil you use frequently. Continuous use will keep the oil fresh and will avoid the need to wash the pourer. If you do need to wash the pourer, use a bottle brush and sit the pourer upside down to drain.
22-oz capacity. 9″ high. Pouring spout included.