Handcrafted Set Bowl

Horchow

Four Assorted Water Lily Bowls

$30.00
Handcrafted of earthenware. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Set of four includes one of each color shown. Each, 4.5"Dia. x 2"T. Made in Portugal.
GG Collection

Three Nesting Bowls

$300.00
A combination of sturdy ceramic bowls and detailed aluminum accents, this highly functional set of nesting bowls features three graduated-size serving bowls cradled in a pedestal base with a single lid. Easy to bring out for any serving occasion, easy to store after clean up, these bowls are a must-have accessory for any kitchen. Handcrafted of ceramic and cast aluminum. Hand-painted finish. Ceramic bowls are microwave and dishwasher safe. Largest bowl measures 10.65"Dia. x 11.5"T. ...
Jay Strongwater

Sophie Hydrangea Glass Bowl

$3,000.00
From the Indigo Collection. Glass is mouth blown in Portugal. Hand enameled and hand set with Swarovski?? crystals. 18-kt. gold-plated finish. 14.75"Dia. x 9.25"T. Handcrafted in the USA of imported materials.
Horchow

Three Mixing Bowls

$68.00
Handcrafted of glass. Select color when ordering. Dishwasher safe. Set includes one of each of the following sizes: 20 oz., 40 oz., and 65 oz. Made in the USA.
Jay Strongwater

Hydrangea Bowl

$3,000.00
From the Flora & Fauna Collection. Hand-painted enamel over metal with hand-set Swarovski?? crystals. 13.25"Dia. x 7.5"T. Do not expose to direct sunlight. Handcrafted in the USA.
Michael Aram

Vincent Serving Bowl & Serving Set

$299.00
Bowl handcrafted of black nickel-plated metal. Servers handcrafted of oxidized and gold-tone metal. Hand wash. Serving bowl, 13.5"Dia. x 3"T. Two-piece serving set; each, 4"W x 12.5"L. Imported.
Michael Aram

Black Orchid Bowls & Servers

$349.00
Hammered stainless steel with black nickel-plate orchid accents. Hand wash. Large bowl, 12.5"Dia. Medium bowl, 10"Dia. Each server, 10.75"L. Imported. About Michael Aram: Designer and craftsman Michael Aram (ah-RAHM) doesn't merely reproduce what he finds in nature??he enhances it. The emotional response to Aram's collections is intensified by the methods he employs. After studying art in new York in the late 1980s, he took what would be a life-altering trip to India. There, he discovered ...