With graceful curves and elongated sides, this bowl resembles the butterfly for which it is named. Unlike its namesake, however, it is solid, weighty, and infinitely practical.
- Designed by Richard K. Thomas in the 1950s.
- Handcrafted of Nambe alloy.
- Hand wash.
- 1-quart bowl, 7.5"W x 9"D x 4"T.
- 2-quart bowl, 10.5"W x 9.25"D x 5.5"T.
Nambe full-lead crystal is mouth blown and hand cut by the finest glassblowers. The crystal collection was introduced in 1998, almost 50 years after the company was founded. Christened for a tiny New Mexico village near Santa Fe, Nambe (nom-BAY) is known for simple, elegant designs that reflect its devotion to form as well as function. Nambe's unique, eight-metal alloy resembles silver yet never needs polishing; it retains heat and cold and can be used in the oven, refrigerator, freezer, or on the stovetop.