Nesting Serving Bowls - Set of 5

Toss salads, mix batters, or display fresh fruit in Bruce Larrabee's handmade set.
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Bruce Larrabee

$139.00

Bruce Larrabee created by

Bruce Larrabee

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Grandma's hand-me-down bowls—cracks and all—appeal to the vintage romantic in you. But the epicurean in you will fall in culinary love with Bruce Larrabee's handcrafted set. Beginning with a fresh slab of clay, Bruce throws each piece, paints in his signature drip glaze, and kiln-fires at 2,400 degrees. The result is a set that's worth its weight in beauty and function. Toss salads, mix batters, or display fresh-picked fruits with these bold accents. Handmade in Park City.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

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Made in Utah

Bruce Larrabee

created by

Bruce Larrabee

location

Utah

Since his first ceramics class in high school, Bruce Larrabee knew he wanted to create pottery. He went on to recieve his BFA from The University of Utah, and has been making unique clay pieces ever since. Bruce's designs are known for their fluid glazes, which are bold in color and evoke moving water. When he's not glued to the wheel, you might find him playing with his grandchildren, fixing up an old Mustang, or relaxing on a beach in Hawaii. He lives creates in Park City, Utah.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
porcelain
Measurements
Please see below for measurements.
Ingredients
Care
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Notes
XS: 2.5" H x 4.75" diameter; 8 fl. oz. capacity; 0.35 lbs.

S: 2.75" H x 5.75" diameter; 16 fl. oz. capacity; 0.4 lbs.

M: 3.25" H x 7.25" diameter; 32 fl. oz. capacity; 0.75 lbs.

L: 3.75" H x 9" diameter; 64 fl. oz. capacity; 1.2 lbs.

XL: 4.25" H x 11" diameter; 104 fl. oz. capacity; 1.53 lbs.
Item ID
44881

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