Hand-Painted Serving Bowls
No bowl in a china shop.
These stoneware stunners are a just-right size for so many things we hardly know where to begin. As a serving bowl the possibilities are endless (bring on the salads we say!) but then as a display piece—it’s a swoon-worthy backdrop to seasonal fruit! Fill it with shelled nuts on the coffee table, use it to store twine on the kitchen counter, or bring it out when you’re dishing up a side. That one-of-a-kind design is lovingly hand-applied in Sri Lanka by artisans and will last for years to come.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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