These bowls are made from copper, with enamel applied in a design influenced by all things industrial (I blame growing up near the UEA Brutalist campus, and a father who worked in concrete!) which is fixed in place by firing in a kiln at 840 degrees. Each one is unique; due to the nature of the process no two will be identical. The bowl in the photo is the bowl you will be buying.
The design for this bowl is based on the repetition you see on manhole covers. The raised enamel makes them very pleasing to run your fingers over.
These are made to be tactile, and handling them will help to accelerate the patination of the copper, meaning while the enamel is permanent the bowl itself will evolve and age with its environment.
These sturdy bowls can be used for dry food and washed in warm soapy water.
Comes gift boxed with a little care info card.
6.5 x 1 cm