This rectangular tray, 8.75 x 4 x .75 inches, makes a great small serving dish.
I like it as a cookie plate, side dishes, or even a breakfast or dessert plate.
I make these dishes by rolling and cutting slabs of porcelain, then pressing them on wooden molds I cut. After they dry a bit, I trim the edges with a wood-working tool and sponge them smooth. I paint them with underglazes when they are bone-dry, then fire them, coat them in clear glaze and give them one last trip through the kiln.
They are safe for food, and fine to put in the dishwasher.