Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia
Jennifer's is proud to bring you the work of Sara Bonnyman. We've been carrying Sara's work for over 25 years! We're very proud to call her one of our dear friends. We know you'll love using her pottery just as much as Sara loves making it.
A word from Sara:
"Wild blueberries, Nova Scotia's provincial berry and most important agricultural crop, grow in abundance around Tatamagouche. The simplicity of the blueberry and its rugged persistence of growing where not much else will, has inspired me to use it as a design on my pots. The Blueberry pots reflect the heart of my patch of this country."
Microwave, Dishwasher, and Oven Safe. Pottery is meant to be used and loved!
Don't see the piece you are looking for? That might be because we don't have every piece pictured. Sara makes so many different pieces, there is no way we could have them all pictured. Please contact us if there is something you would like but don't see.
Note: Due to the nature of pottery, each piece is individual and one-of-a-kind. No two pots are ever identical and that is what makes pottery so great! Sara hand paints each piece slightly differently. Making each pot a true work of art.