Nested Cast Iron Bowls
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We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again: one can never have too many bowls. For mise en place, salt and pepper on the table, serving olives and nuts and other little cocktail snacks, as a catchall for keys, change, and jewelry…bowls in the kitchen and around the home are infinitely useful. And these bowls—which come in a set of all 5, a set of the 3 smallest, or individually in the two largest sizes—are exactly the right size for all our bowl-related needs. Their cast iron adds a rustic touch to the coffee table, the kitchen counter, or the vanity, but their smoothed edges and elegant shape make them absolutely refined, whatever we’re using them for.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Tiny bowl is 1"H and 2.25" in diameter; X-Small is 1.5"H and 3" in diameter; Small bowl is 2"H and 4" in diameter; Medium bowl is 3"H and 5" in diameter; Large bowl is 3"H and 6" in diameter. Set of 3 includes a tiny, x-small, and small bowl; Set of 5 includes a tiny, x-small, small, medium, and large bowl. Medium and Large bowls sold individually.
Care & Notes -
Hand wash only. Dry immediately, do not let soak.
Meet the Maker
Hawkins New York is a curated lifestyle brand, fusing innovation, quality, and aesthetics. As well as designing their own line of products, they work closely with designers to help facilitate getting their designs to market in a capacity they would potentially be unable to do so on their own. With a strong understanding of the world’s producers, they carefully pair products to manufacturers and encourage handmade production by artisanal collectives with a community focus. By focusing on production and distribution strategies, Hawkins New York allows the designers to focus solely on creation and innovation.View Full Profile
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