Highland Bowl - Clearly Salmon
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Sometimes mistakes happen here at Burley and these planters are one of them. These were set to be sprayed Abalone but the spray gun didn't get cleaned out enough when they switched from Raspberry. And so "Clearly Salmon" was created. Here at Burley we try to appreciate beautiful mistakes as they are truly one of a kind and add a special uniqueness to the planter.
Highland bowls are perfect for succulents, bonzi and other shallow rooted plants. Clay pots are perfect for those of us who go a bit overboard with watering. We just can't help it; we don't want our precious plants to die! Clay creates a natural safeguard against overwatering and allows oxygen to enter the soil and aerate the roots. We can all breathe a little easier knowing our planter has our back.
Our planters are 100% American Made and handcrafted with Ohio clay right here in Roseville. Burley is the last American made pottery factory around, we use the lost art of Jiggering as well as a hydraulic press to create some of the most unique and beautiful pottery in the US.
Medium: 8.25"d x 5"h
As with all ceramics, our products are not freeze proof, so they must be taken in for the winter to prevent any water from seeping in, freezing, cracking, and breaking your beautiful planter.
Does it freeze?
A: Yes. Our products are not freeze-proof and if any water is allowed to sit in the tops and freeze, it will cause cracking and then will break. Winter storage is always recommended to prevent any damages. You can get full year use out of your birdbath if you use a birdbath heater for the colder months.
Are the glazes safe and free of toxins?
A: Yes, all of our glazes are safe for the birds. All of our glazes are free of lead and cadmium.
Will the handpainting fade?
A: Unfortunately yes, but this takes many, many years. Like most things left outdoors, they will eventually fade. If you have one of our Handpainted birdbath sets and see your piece fading, you can find Outdoor Paint and touch it up for a personal touch.
Is it really made with local Ohio clay?
A: Yes it really is made right here in Roseville, Ohio! We have a local clay mine, which is dug weekly and hauled down the road a few miles to our factory in Roseville. Everything is made on site here, from dirt to finished product and then shipped directly to you. We make about half of our glazes ourselves and source the others from our friends at Mayco in Columbus, OH!
My top broke on my birdbath, is there anything I can do?
A: Sadly no, once they are broken there is not much you can do. Most glues are not safe for the wildlife that will be enjoying your birdbath. If you only have hairline cracks in your top and want to prevent further damage - we recommend using FlexSeal Clear. Once the sealant has cured for 24hrs, it is safe for the birds.
How do I clean my birdbath?
A: Use a wildlife friendly cleaner to scrub any dirt and gunk away. Some of our staff use a bucket of hot water and some Comet to clean theirs. Just mix comet with the water and scrub until clean. Rinse thoroughly Do not let the mixture soak in the bath.
How do I clean the Birdbath Fillers?
A: You can clean the fillers the same way as you clean the birdbath tops. Use a wildlife friendly cleaner and a good scrub brush to scrub the gunk off the fillers and then rinse them off really well. Don't let the fillers sit in the solution for too long either.
My item arrived broken, now what do I do?
A: If any of your items arrive broken, don't sweat it! Take a picture of the damaged item(s) and send it to us in an email with your name & address and we will send out a replacement at no cost to you.
Our email is : email@example.com
When I saw these bowls, which were not intended to be this color, I liked them so much that I purchased two. They arrived yesterday, and I immediately ordered a third. Clearly Salmon is absolutely perfect for Albuquerque, NM. They are beautiful - love the color. Thank you! Would have sent a photo, bur haven't decided what I am going to do with them as yet. Maybe cacti, we'll see.