Michael Devine's Thomas dinnerware collection, masterfully hand painted in France on Limoges porcelain by Marie Daage, is inspired by his hand printed fabric of the same name. The linear design transitions easily between modern and traditional settings offering a wide range of table setting...
"Hand Made In Valencia Spain - Sculpted By: Marco Antonio Nogueron - Included with this sculpture is replacement insurance against accidental breakage. The replacement insurance is valid for one year from the date of purchase and covers 100% of the cost to replace this sculpture (shipping not...
Fused and slumped art glass vessel. Varda uses glass much like a quilter uses fabric; creating a glass canvas from bits and pieces of glass, that is fired, cut and used again in a new design, using layers of color and texture to create depth in a piece of art.
Mini colorful latte bowls are great for keeping your ingredients measured and organized while you cook.
You can't beat Ikea prices. I love this bowl because oftentimes when it's dad's turn to cook he makes pasta, and I think this would be the perfect pasta serving bowl. Don't you?
TRIVSAM Bowl, Blue
This indigo dinnerware is lovely. It would look so pretty on some rattan chargers atop a white table.
18th St. Bowl
Capiz shells are so delicate, and their iridescence is just beautiful. This is a great way to add a touch of the outdoors to a kitchen island or countertop.
I want every single one of these cheerful bowls! While I love the look of a mix of the patterns grouped together, you can buy them separately if there's one in particular that you're eyeing.Dimensions: 5"diam. x 2.75"h. Made of porcelain. Sold separately.
These catch-all bowls are perfect for holding items such as small candies or matches. Prop them up on a set of books in your bookcase.
Striking in both its simple design and visual impact, the MoMA Satellite Bowl is a circle of Black lacquered wooden spokes pinned together and twisted open. Designed by Carlo Contin in his quest to arrange a group of uniform spokes into the simplest geometric form. Provides both a dramatic...
I have one of these bowls in just about every color. Not only are they handy for holding everything from cereal to snacks, their bright colors put a smile on my face every time I see them stacked in my cabinets.Dimensions: 3"H x 5.5" diam. Made of porcelain. Dishwasher safe.
Perfect for rice, perfect for ramen, perfect for soup on a rainy day — I love the shape of these bowls and the varying patterns and colors.
This ceramic bowl set exemplifies why I love handmade items. Each piece is a bit different and you can cherish each bowl for its quirks. I like how the turquoise has settled at the bottom and there is that ring of deep color.
A bowl of noodles is my favorite go-to quick and easy weeknight meal. Because I eat them so often, I love to shop for noodles bowls, especially gorgeous ones like these eye-popping red bowls. The chopstick-holding holes are a nice and clever addition!
I often use small bowls with graphic patterns for holding makeup and hair accessories on my dresser. They're so inexpensive and always add life to a drab surface.
This porcleain bowl is reminiscent of the blue and white china patterns common during the Ming Dynasty in China. Food safe.
How sweet are these porcelain heart-printed bowls? I would love to serve up something sweet and delicious to my loved ones in them. They say "I love you" on the inside and on the outside.
These handmade heart bowls are cute, cute, cute. I can't think of anything more darling than serving up some love and cereal to my sweeties in these bowls.
I love these double-handled soup crocks for hearty french onion soups and stews. They're oven safe so you can melt gooey cheese and toast bread on top!
Genuine Krenit fans now have good cause to feel happy! More than 50 years after Herbert Krenchel, the materials researcher and civil engineer, designed the Krenit-bowl, the original minimalist design has been re-launched by Normann Copenhagen. The Krenit-bowl is a perfect example of good Danish...
The first time I saw these vividly striped bowls I knew I had to have them. They make my morning cereal that much more enjoyable.
You might remember seeing the Shelter Island home of Canvas owners Harriet Maxwell Macdonald and Andrew Corrie in a few magazines, and that Scandinavia–cum–beach house feel translates to the simple, airy aesthetic of the shop's wares. I'm always a sucker for a simple white bowl, but the...
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