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Ceramics from yesteryear
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The shape of this Mexican Talavera bowl is known at the workshop as a "sopero" because it can be used to serve soup. But I see it as a perfect bowl for serving pasta, small sides at the dinner table or as an individual salad bowl. It's bigger and more shallow than a cereal bowl, more the size of a pasta bowl.
Our talavera is food-safe, lead-free and can go in the microwave or oven. We recommend hand washing.
If you need more of a certain design, these bowls can be special ordered on the tableware special orders page.
Ceramics will be packed, shipped and insured by UPS. Shipping charges vary by volume and destination. If the cost to ship exceeds our shipping deposit, you will be billed for the additional cost via Paypal invoice after the items are packed.
state of origin: Guanajuato dimensions: 7" diameter by 2" tall