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Jeff & Natalie McDougall, CAP

Jeff & Natalie McDougall

Deming, WA

Cascadia Stoneware USA

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Cascadia Stoneware presents one of the highest quality lines of functional hi-fire stoneware produced in the U.S. today.  All of the items have been tested and used by stoneware collectors for years.

The glazes are unlike any out there. The glazes is layered to get a depth of glaze that cannot be achieved with a single glaze. This technique has taken years to perfect, but the results are worth the effort.

All of the work is just as functional as it is beautiful. Everything goes in the oven, is safer in the dishwasher than hand washing and is microwavable.

With Cascadia stoneware, the handle on a mug or mixing bowl will not get hot in the microwave. Cascadia glazes are very consistent and you can safely collect their items for many years and have them all work together.

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Shop now or call to speak with a sales associate for additional assistance.  
Earthwood Artisans 970.586.2151  

General Pottery Care Instructions: 

Avoid Thermal Shock:  Sudden changes in temperature and uneven heat can cause cracking. 

  • Room temp dishes can be placed directly in a 350 degree oven.  Ingredients must also be room temp and evenly coat the bottom of the dish.  Gradually bring up to temp when baking over 350 and avoid temps over 475.
  • Broiling and heating large platters is not recommended.
  • Do not place pottery directly on stove top or over open flame.
  • Do not place a hot dish in cold water or directly in the refrigerator.
  • Freezing temps will not damage stoneware, however, freezing liquids should be avoided because expansion may cause cracking. 

Cleaning: 

  • Dishwasher and hand washing safe with scotch pads, use brillo with care.
  • Freshen stained bottoms with fine grained sand paper.  Never use sand paper on glazed surface. 

General Care:  Stoneware should be used gently on other hard surfaces such as granite counter tops and porcelain sinks. 

CAUTION:  Pottery gets hot when heated in the oven or microwave.  Use caution and hot pads when needed.