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Heavily-cast greenware bowl is covered with patterns of holly leaves. Spaces between the leaves and along the edge where the leaves meet the top edge are cut out. Holes representing the holly berries are also cut into the bowl. After firing and painting with nonfiring stains, the bowl becomes a unique Christmas candleholder.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Aug 1994 (v.39#12) pg. 75

Ceramic bowls are edged with large poinsettia blossoms. Use small bowls as candleholders and large bowls as centerpiece. Painted with nonfiring stain.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Dec 1994 (v.40#4) pg. 47

Ceramic Christmas tree is converted into a candle holder by adding two ceramic doves and a Nativity star. The tree is glazed in blue and white. The doves and star are bright gold.
CERAMICS Nov-Dec 1990 (v.27#3) pg. 46

Christmas in July collection of ceramic ornaments. (1) Rainbow Santa. (2) Christmas scene wall plaque. (3) Quail figures with incised poinsettia. (4) Ball shaped tree ornaments with small clock movements. (5) Ceramic bag with a holly and candle design. The background is cut out to form a candle holder (luminaria). (6) Night light of Santa flying over winter scene. (7) Porcelain Christmas tree with changing color star. (8) Church cathedral in blue-tones. (9) Santa on a rocking-horse "cow". (10) Snowmen in a park. (11) Santa and Princess Ashley.
POPULAR CERAMICS #539 Jul 1994 (v.44#12) pg. 43, 45

Large ceramic globe-shaped vase is incised with a poinsettia flower design (pattern enclosed). The background around the flowers and leaves is cut away (from the equator to the top of the vase). A large candle is placed into the vase.
POPULAR CERAMICS #543 Nov 1994 (v.45#4) pg. 54, 37