Commissioned by Jersey Tourism to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the 'Jersey Royal' in 2005 (featured on 'BBC Gardeners World'). The bowl is a special shape high sided bowl, echoing the lines of the classic shaped Jersey Royal New Potato a good depth to hold potatoes. The Jersey Royal new potato has been cultivated on the island of Jersey in the Channel Islands, since 1880. Farmers still use seaweed gathered from the sandy shores as a natural fertiliser, adding to their unique flavour and delicate skin. Harvesting begins in April through to the end of June.
Deep new potato bowl, made by Jersey Pottery from hard wearing dishwasher, oven and microwave proof porcelain.
25cm long (10 inches), 18cm wide (7 inches), 8cm deep (3 inches)