The traditional paisley design takes on new form and function on these vibrantly hued bowls. They are just the right size for soup, cereal, or ice cream. Handcrafted of earthenware. Hand painted. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Set of four includes o...
Limited to an edition of just 250 pieces and hand-signed by Jay Strongwater, this peacock-feather bowl makes a proud display. From the Luxe Collection. Vibrant hand-painted enamel forms openwork sculptural feathers. Hand-set amethyst-hued pear-cut Swarovski?? crystals, framed with shimmering pave, form entrancing brooches. 22.75"Dia. x 11"T. Handcrafted in USA.
Somewhat reminiscent of a Jackson Pollack painting where one splash with the paint brush adds bold color, this basket bowl makes a vibrant impression while still keeping the clearly defined glass surface beautifully visible. Designed by Anna Ehrner. Handcrafted of crystal. Hand painted. Hand wash. 15"Dia. x 3"T. Made in Sweden.
Salads become elegant presentations when served in this impressive bowl with its eye-catching combination of fluted, patterned wood and hand-painted Courtly Check?? enameled base. Variations are due to the handmade nature of the piece. Handcrafted....
Generously sized, durable bowls are indispensable accouterments for any kitchen. Bowls will vary due to the handmade nature of each piece. Handcrafted of enameled 12-gauge steel and bronzed stainless steel. Hand painted in MacKenzie-Childs?? signa...
Seven artisans take over three weeks to create each "Jamie" bowl. From the Meadow Collection. Mouth-blown smoky-blue glass bowl from Poland. Nine individual components cast in pewter with hand-polished, oxidized brass finish. 13 colors of hand-painted enamel. 430 hand-set Swarovski?? crystals in 12 flora-tone hues. Four fancy-cut stones from Swarovski are hand-set on the butterfly's wings. 13.25"Dia. x 7.5"T. Hand-finished in USA. About Jay Strongwater: His jewelry collection began as modest gifts for his mother. His line soon sparkled on runways and in fashion magazines. Following this success, he turned his attention to home and then to beauty, using his trademark old-world, handcrafted techniques and Austrian crystals.