11.8 in long x 8.6 in wide x 2.5 in deep (30 cm x 22 cm). The best in show of the Nicholas Mosse ovenware: this dish sells best and cooks most. It does the lasagna job perfectly but also inspires one to more elaborate cul inary heights. Nicholas Mosse Pottery has spent a long time perfecting this stoneware range, but are delighted at how easy to clean and fun to use it has turned out to be. Pictured in the Old Rose Pattern.
An established best seller for Nicholas Mosse, Old Rose is featured on the cover of his book, inIrish Country. in Its generous scale and exuberant colors have proven irresistible to many Ann Marie's customers. I f ind that blending Old Rose with other patterns works just beautifully. On my first travel to Ireland, it was a t iny jug in Old Rose that I came home with and is still my favorite. ~ Ann Marie
Nicholas Mosse Pottery was established by Nicholas Mosse in 1976 after periods of tra ining in England and Japan. His mission was to produce beautiful, functional pottery in the style of Irish Spongeware. Irish spongeware was the traditional pottery of Ireland used in the 18th Century. It was ma inly made in simple honest shapes with a decoration applied with a cut sponge. The decoration was rurally inspired often using images of animals and plants popular in the region. Nicholas Mosse Pottery now produce an extensive range of patterns and shapes all still made and decorated by hand.