Ceramic Nesting Bowls
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Introducing the stars of serveware: earthy bowls you can set out on the table and put right into the fridge when you’re done eating. Each of Sarah Kersten’s clever ceramic nesting bowls comes with a lid that fits right on top, to keep your dishes warm on the table, or for storing them in the fridge for later. The lid also doubles as a trivet or platter. (Talk about multi-tasking!) You’ll travel in style to your next potluck with one of these bowls in tow, just hold on to it carefully, as the lid doesn’t seal and is not airtight.
The bowls fit into one another, so they won’t take up cabinet space (if you can bear to tuck them away). The medium (perfect for a big portion of soup) and large sizes (practically begging for a big salad or a heaping mound of mashed potatoes) are sold individually. The set of 3 includes a small size, that could house your mise-en-place, or keep a poached egg warm. Because each bowl is handmade, expect variation from piece to piece. The bowls are glazed in white, with the occasional dark freckle. The rim of the bowl is unglazed, giving you a peek at the raw clay inside, which can range from a buff tan to a ruddy brown. The clay and glaze are entirely lead-free and food safe.
Dying to taste the creamy, green-y pasta shown in the photo? Find the recipe here.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
The small bowl is 6” in diameter x 1.5” H and holds 1 cup; the medium bowl is 8” in diameter x 3” H and holds 3 cups; the large bowl is 11” in diameter x 4” H and holds 2 quarts. Each comes with a lid in the same diameter.
Care & Notes -
Not oven safe or meant to be used as cookware. Dishwasher safe, microwave safe, lead-free, nontoxic.
Meet the Maker
Sarah Kersten’s designs are earthy and understated, all hand-fired from her kiln in Berkeley, California. Her pieces never sacrifice function for beauty, making them some of our favorites for everyday use and entertaining alike.View Full Profile
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