For centuries, Polish pottery has been decorated with traditional folk art patterns, most of which are the color blue. This Polish stoneware is made with high quality white clay, which is high-fired to attain its extreme durability. It is important to care for your beautifully handmade Polish pottery so that you will have it to enjoy for years to come. Therefore, we gathered a few simple tips to care for your handmade Polish pottery.
Simple Caring Tips
- To avoid cracking, make sure the stoneware is completely dry before placing it in the oven or microwave.
- If the stoneware is cold from pulling it out of the refrigerator, make sure to bring it to room temperature before placing it in the oven or microwave.
- After removing the stoneware piece from the oven or microwave, do NOT place it on a cold surface or handle it with a wet cloth.
- Soaking is not required since Polish pottery has a non-porous protective glaze.
Polish pottery is truly one-of-a-kind, as it has high durability and original design. The glaze applied to Polish stoneware provides non-stick properties, and protects it from chipping. Whether you delight in collecting Polish pottery or want a vibrant piece of stoneware with captivating designs for the dinner table, we hope these tips will keep your Polish pottery looking brand new so you can treasure it and pass it on for many generations.
JOANN SOLGA said:
i have a large cassarole tthat has a crack all across that leaks. is there any glue that i can use to seal the crack??
JOANN SOLGA said:
help please tell me how to repare a crack that goes all the way across a 2 inch deep casarole.
Hi Joann, We will reach out to our Polish artisans to see if there is a possibility to seal the dish and still be safe to use.