I discovered rattlesnake root just three years ago, when it suddenly started appearing in the woods I frequent. Now it is spreading like crazy in those woods, and in a lot of other places. It may be that I have only just now “tuned in” to its distinctive leaf shape, or, in our warming climate, it has found a home in places it hadn’t been comfortable before. This bowl has a cameo in celadon glaze with the impression of a rattlesnake root leaf. That cameo is surrounded by my hand-pressed churchkey pattern with a red iron oxide wash over it. Top that off with a black rim and exterior. This bowl is 5″ deep by 13″ in diameter.