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Soup Bowl

SKU 01779
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Product Details

You can never have too many small bowls. You just can't. There will always be a need for bowls out of which to eat cereal, salad, soup, fruit, and more. We love the shape and detail of this bowl, that is surprisingly lightweight for its size.

From the Artist:

This sweet bowl has a beautiful glaze with cute little buttons. Each one is approximately 4 inches tall and 5 inches in diameter. These bowls are great for soups, cereals, ice cream or your favorite berries. Handmade on the potter's wheel and then altered with divets, each one is slightly different but when put together can make a beautiful set either in the same color or mixed with other colors. Dishwasher and microwave safe. *As is the nature of handmade work, measurements are approximate. There can be slight variations in glaze color and size from pot to pot and how each piece reads on your computer monitor.
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