PRLog (Press Release)
- Oct. 27, 2011 -
FALL RIVER, Mass. – Beehive Kitchenware Co. introduces two new items to its successful and growing hand-made ceramic collection: a honey pot with a wooden lid and an appetizer plate. These skillfully crafted ceramic pieces are sure to add style and charm to any kitchen or tabletop. Showcasing true artistic inspiration, Beehive Kitchenware Co. plays on its namesake adding bee motif appliqués to both the honey pot and the appetizer plate.
Every piece in the Beehive Kitchenware Co. ceramic collection is sculpted by hand, molded and then cast in durable stoneware. Each piece is both dishwasher and microwave safe, continuing the company’s tradition of producing quality hand-made objects that are both beautiful and functional. The honey pot’s wooden lid with an integrated honey dipper makes storing and serving honey a pleasure. The appetizer plate is 6 inches wide, perfect for presenting snacks while entertaining.
“We have been receiving wonderful feedback from our customers on how much they love our new ceramic collection,”
said co-founder of Beehive Kitchenware Co. Sandra Bonazoli. “Throughout history the bee has been used to represent royalty, industry, and the home. Our latest bee motif pieces integrate this historical symbol in a modern, contemporary way.”
These items will be available for purchase beginning on October 20th, 2011. The Honey Pot with wooden lid will retail for $78 and the 6” Bee Plate will be $38. For more information on Beehive Kitchenware Co. and their newest offerings, please visit www.beehivekitchenware.com.
About Beehive Kitchenware. Co
Beehive Kitchenware Co. was created by husband-and-
wife team Jim Dowd and Sandra Bonazoli, and has been making hand-crafted kitchenware since 1999. Inspired by the kitchenware found in flea markets and tag sales, each product is made of high-quality materials and is intricately decorated with folk-art inspired patterns and motifs. Durable, distinct and stylish, each piece is designed to be a treasured object to be handed down for generations. For more information, please visit www.beehivekitchenware.com.