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Pantry Mixing Bowls

The perfect pour at any size.

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Product Details

Our favorite feature of these stoneware bowls is the hand-shaped pour spout on each—it makes doling out batter (whether into a cupcake tin or onto a griddle) a cinch. The smallest size is useful for a dressing: set it out with greens on your table and let guests drizzle at will. Whisk up eggs for a crowd in the medium size. The large will fit a recipe’s worth of pancake batter or would look downright charming filled with lemons. And the extra-large accommodates your double (or triple!) batches of cookies. The set of 3 (which nests into each other) includes the small, medium, and large sizes. Each bowl is handmade, glazed in cool cream on top with the raw clay exposed on the bottom half.

  • Made in: Woodstock, Vermont
  • Made of: Stoneware
  • Size: Small bowl is 5" in diameter x 2.5" H and holds 12 ounces; Medium bowl is 6.5" in diameter x 3.75" H and holds 42 ounces; Large bowl is 9" in diameter x 5.25" H and holds 80 ounces; Extra-large bowl is 11" in diameter x 6" H and holds approximately 154 ounces. Set of 3 includes small, medium, and large bowls.

Sourced from: Farmhouse Pottery

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Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten.

Care & Notes

Oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe. Hand-dipped in a lead free glaze.



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