Crinkled leaves of romaine, tangled piles of pasta, oranges that are just a few millimeters from spherical. These things are all delicious, even though they're not entirely symmetrical. David Changar's hand-thrown serving bowls are just the place to present those tasty, naturally imperfect treats. Inspired by the abstract sculptures of the "Mad Potter of Biloxi" George Ohr, the dishes' ample bases, curvy walls, and swirling colors offer a unique display for your favorite family-style foods. Bring the set out at dinner to add a touch of wabi-sabi (the beautifully imperfect) to your table, fill them with organically asymmetrical fruits and veggies, or give them to a friend who embraces the unconventional. Handmade in Bronx, New York.
Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.