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Bothies have had many uses in the Outer Hebrides. Traditionally in the islands, bothies were used as shelters when crofters were walking great distances to gather livestock. This would house them overnight. Ruins of bothies can still be seen throughout the islands and some are still maintained and used by hill walkers and estates.
Ceramic, hand-built, chocolate coloured, stoneware, bothy.
The smoky bothy burns a small incense cone (included in price), watch as the little chimney smokes and the faux, flickering battery tea light creates a cosy night-time glow.
Roof decorated with a patterned, matt white, dolomite glaze.
Walls are a beautiful unglazed chocolate colour.
Roof pattern may vary
All items are handmade and will show the marks and intentional imperfections of the making process.
Each piece is unique and may have slight variations in size and differences in glaze appearance.
Warning! Keep away from children, pets and flammable surfaces.
Do not touch whilst in use as the item can become HOT!