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Our largest bowl is thick-sided and made to last for generations. This is made from pure, American clay and mixed in Wisconsin. It’s not ceramic. It’s solid stoneware.


Our warm, buttery pottery mixing bowls are individually hand spun on a wheel by a single artisan in Wisconsin, thereby making each bowl slightly unique, but you’ll see the potter’s mark in the base.

10.5″ diameter
4.5″ high
3.75 lbs

To ensure your bowl retains its proper properties, please avoid extreme and / or quick temperature changes. Do not transfer from a very hot to a very cold environment.

The bowl is dishwasher, microwave and safe.

Additional information

Weight 4.5 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 6 in

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