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Item Selected  :  Bowl by Deborah Crombie
Category  :  Celebrity Auction
 
Lot # : 302
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Bowl by Deborah Crombie


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Opening Bid  :  $25.00
Current Bid  :  $300.00
Bid Increment  :  $5.00
 
Minimum Bid  :  $305.00
 
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Deborah Makes a Bowl

Description of Item

Size: 11 1/2" diameter x 6" high
Technique: Wheel thrown

About the Artist

Deborah created her bowl with the assistance of Alex Macias, a professional potter working in the SPARC Studio.

New York Times bestselling author Deborah Crombie is a native Texan who writes crime novels set in the United Kingdom. Her Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James series has received numerous awards, including Edgar, Macavity, and Agatha nominations, and is published in more than a dozen countries to international acclaim.

Crombie lives in North Texas with her husband, German shepherds, and cats, and divides her time between Texas and Great Britain. Her latest novel, A Bitter Feast, is available from William Morrow.  She is currently working on her nineteenth Kincaid/James novel.

Website: deborahcrombie.com

Shipping Details
Buyer pays actual shipping costs. We plan to do a contact free porch drop-off between 10am – 2pm on Saturday, May 2, for customers living in McKinney, Allen or Fairview. If not a resident in these cities and you don’t wish to pay for shipping, the bowls will be available for pick-up at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, McKinney, at a date to be set in the future. Details to follow.