Handmade Wabi Sabi Nesting Serving Bowls
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Ceramicist Julie Hadley designs and makes dinnerware for top restaurants, so she knows a thing or two about crafting tabletop pieces that make a statement. These organically shaped black stoneware bowls create the perfect backdrop for a pile of fresh pears or figs, or a mess of roast vegetables or a composed salad to share at the table. If you can bear to put them away, the bowls fit into one another for space-saving storage. Julie hand makes and glazes each bowl herself, which means each one is unique.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
New York, NY
Each piece is handmade; sizes will vary. The smallest Nesting Bowl is approximately 2-2.5"H and 9" in diameter; the middle Nesting Bowl is approximately 3"H and 11" in diameter; and the largest Nesting Bowl is approximately 4"H and 12-14" in diameter. Set of 3 includes one small, one middle, and one large Nesting Bowl.
Care & Notes -
Microwave and dishwasher safe.
Meet the Maker
NEW YORK, NY
Julie Hadley is the ceramicist behind La Mano studio in New York City, where she designs and hand builds dinnerware for top restaurant tabletops—Dan Barber’s Blue Hill, to name one. Her pieces are sophisticated, whimsical, and organic, and have found a happy home on our tabletop.View Full Profile
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