Peter Bowen Art launch unique handmade tableware ceramics

Peter Bowen Art has launched a range of handmade ceramic butter dishes, perfect for keeping butter fresh and the ideal gift for food lovers everywhere. Each lovingly crafted butter dish with lid is made in the Peter Bowen Art workshop, using the finest materials to create a product which is unique and finished to the highest standards.

Customers from around the world have been ordering their butter dishes and leaving complimentary reviews, praising Peter Bowen Art for the craftsmanship which has gone into them. One customer from the USA writes: “Exceptional! Premium quality which is not found much these days. Peter is just lovely to chat with and provides the best customer service I have experienced.”

Another customer from Canada echoes these comments, writing: “I could not be happier with the butter dish and sugar bowl I purchased from Peter Bowen Art. The pieces are stunning and they were carefully packaged for their trans-Atlantic journey, which I appreciated very much. Peter was a joy to communicate with and included a beautiful personalized card in the package.”

UK customers have been quick to praise the quality of their ceramic butter dishes too, with one saying: “This is such a beautiful piece of art for such a low price! Really would recommend, and will definitely be a returning customer in the future.”

Peter Bowen Art is based in Somerset, where owner Peter Bowen crafts each ceramic butter dish by hand. He is also well-known for his sugar bowls, prints, and clocks, all of which reflect his quirky sense of style and the real eye for detail which make him an exceptionally gifted artist.

The collection of butter dishes and all other products can be viewed and ordered online, with fast, safe delivery around the world.

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About Peter Bowen Art

Peter Bowen has been making ceramics and creating artworks for more than 30 years and established Peter Bowen Art as a brand to sell his ceramics and art. He now specialises in creating handmade tableware from earthenware clay which he fires in an electric kiln in his studio in rural Somerset. In addition to designing and creating classical butter dishes, sugar bowls and milk jugs for the breakfast or dining table he has developed unique glazes which transform the three dimensional pieces into works of art that bring style and drama to the forefront and capture the mood of luxury at an affordable price.

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