I began by making cheese trays out of wine bottles and using them at our social gatherings. People were very intrigued by them and began bringing us many different bottles, to see what we could do with them. No matter where or how we use our Melted Bottles, they get noticed.
After being in business for years making custom ceramic pieces, this became a second nature to make custom melted bottles. People want our Melted Bottles. When you get yours, you will see that it is unique and made from start to finish, personally, by me.
The bottles shown in my shop are the actual bottles for sale. You will receive the bottle in the picture, when you place your order. Currently our inventory includes three different styles of Melted Bottles. We make the flat bottle that is perfect for serving cheese and other various snacks, most with my very own designed handle melted into the neck, so it's easy to pick up, and surface protectors on the bottom to protect your furniture. Then there is the bottle that is melted into a dish or bowl shape and is fun for olives, peanuts, crackers, etc. If you want to display a Melted Bottle on the wall with a decorative hook, maybe in your cocktail area, dining room or kitchen, we have one that you can hang from a little wire loop that is melted into it. I'm sure you will think of many ways to show off your one-of-a-kind Melted Bottle.
This is how some of our customers use their Melted Bottles: Flat Bottles -cheese ball, cheese slices, meat slices, avocado slices, butter dish, to cut limes, spoon rest, tea bag rest, hang on the wall or display in a plate stand. Bottle Bowls -olives, crackers, nuts, dips, veggies, cigars, business cards, sugar packets, tea lights, paper clips. Keep in touch and let me know your ideas.
The little shop where I design these custom melted bottles is located right behind my home. I still offer private lessons for ceramics. I really enjoy giving lessons to children.
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