Monday, July 22, 2013

Emerson Creek Pottery Cracker Basket Review

Thank You to Emerson Creek Pottery for providing me with their product free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

Emerson Creek has been in business since 1977 in Virginia where they create beautiful, non-toxic pottery that is eco-friendly. They even pack their pieces in eco-friendly cornstarch Peanuts, and ship them in recycled fiber boxes! It feels really good knowing that I can make my home beautiful all while being eco-friendly in the process. For 10 Green Reason to choose Emerson Creek Pottery be sure to check out there post here.

I am always looking for beautiful things to fill my home. My kitchen especially. I spend lots of time there, baking and cooking for my large family so of course I want it to be filled with the best of the best. I was ecstatic when Emerson Creek Pottery offered to allow me to review one of their cracker baskets. I chose the Iris Cracker Basket to base my review. I have been storing my tomatoes picked from the garden in my basket. My family likes a sliced tomato with dinner so the cracker basket is a perfect size to hold a few sliced tomatoes.  

This pattern is of Japanese irises in 3 beautiful colors. They have a very large collection of items in this particular pattern. All quiet beautiful to say the least.

It's hand painted, lead free and made in the USA. All 3 great choices for me and my family as I like to support the American industry whenever possible. Emerson Creek Pottery has many items to choose from. They have everything from cracker baskets that I received to ceramic pet dishes and candle holders, so there is definitely something in their online store for everyone!

Not sure what you're looking FOR but have a pattern idea? Shop by pattern! Just another great feature that I enjoyed from their page. Overall I am completely pleased with my product and experience with Emerson Creek Pottery and will be a return customer. 

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