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Marilyn Settles

Marilyn Settles has had a relationship with the Galleria for almost 30 years. During those years her work has taken many directions, but mainly revolves

around her strong liking for utilitarian, functional pots. She is a fulltime potter and works out of her own studio in Calgary. The Prairie Wheat pattern reflects

Marilyn's farming and homesteading background. The functional stoneware is high fired in a gas kiln. Marilyn uses a soft white glaze for a base, enhancing

it with brushwork for the blue sky and earthen landscape. The prairie grass is carved through the top layers of glaze exposing the white base glaze.

There is a full range of functional and decorative pieces in this line, which include dinnerware, serving bowls, casseroles, bathroom sets and platters in different sizes.

A lot of our customers buy this particular line of pottery for overseas gifts as it so artfully represents the western prairie landscape.


Dinner plate 38.00

Prairie Wheat - has been chosen for the Hurst-Widmer bridal registry

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Casserole 70.00 and up


Teapot 75.00 and mugs 18.00

Bowl 45.00

Marilyn's newest glaze pattern is called Red Dragonflies. She created this design based in part, on her design of the Galleria logo.


Pitcher 49.00

Marilyn calls this glaze

Stoneware Blue

and is available in dinnerware and all accessory pieces.







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