Need a great wedding present? Want to put your sausage stuffing into a gorgeous bowl for Thanksgiving dinner? Bowls are pretty, functional, varied and expressive. A household can’t have too many. Here are some of our recent favorites.
This William Yeoward Ashley 9” handmade glass bowl wants something pretty in it like fruit, salad or a decadent dessert. It has wonderfully simple, clean lines. $115.
Jill Rosenwald makes beautiful bowls. Her ceramic pottery is designed and handmade in her studio in Boston. This Buckley Chevron Heirloom bowl is 10 ½”w x 4 ½”h. It also comes in yellow and white and blue and white. $220.
Lawrence McRae makes this hand-thrown Ruth Fan bowl. It also comes in green, coral and gray. It is 13 ½”w x 6”h. $264.
This Jonathan Adler Large Bird bowl is made by artisans in Peru. It comes in four sizes – giant, large, medium and small. The large is $128.00.
This nesting stoneware bowl set comes in blues and greens and would be great for sauces and condiments. There are four bowls ranging in size from 3” to 6”. The set is $70.00.
This silver plate over brass Lotus bowl is made in India. It is 10” in diameter by 4” high. $68.00.
This larger set of stoneware nesting bowls is multi-colored. The bigger bowl is 9.8”d x 5.5”h and the smallest is 5”d x 2.8”h. They are microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. The set is $54.00.
I love this Pueblo Springs Durastone 3 piece bowl set. The bowls are dishwasher and microwave safe. The large bowl is 9.5” x 6”, the medium bowl is 8” x 5” and the small bowl is 7” x 4.5”. The set is $50.00.
This Simon Pearce Brookfield bowl is both practical and beautiful enough to deserve a place on the counter even when it is not full of pancake batter. It is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe. The small bowl is $95 and large bowl is $125.