22cm Hand Printed Stoneware Pasta Bowl - By Nicola Spring

Nicola SpringSKU: ST-NS-KK456 x 1
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Colour: Navy

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Bring some traditional, shabby chic charm to your home kitchen or restaurant with the Nicola Spring Vintage Patterned Stoneware Pasta Serving Bowl.

Inspired by Japanese print design, these large bowls are perfect for serving up generous portions of your favourite pasta dishes, or as a centrepiece in the centre of the dining table from which your dinner guests can help themselves.

Crafted from stoneware, each piece has been lovingly hand-printed, resulting in a unique finish that stands out immediately in our modern world of automated mass-production.

Like all Nicola Spring crockery, these bowls have been fully vitrified, making them 100% microwave and dishwasher safe

With a full, matching suite of dining and tableware available, Nicola Spring has everything you need to bring to life whatever your vision of home may be.


Made from fine stoneware - Robust, durable and designed to last a lifetime

Hand-printed pattern - A unique finish to every piece; the perfect personal touch

Large serving capacity - Perfect for pasta, salad, fruit or as a centrepiece

Fully vitrified - Microwave and Dishwasher safe

  • Height: 50mm
  • Diameter: 220mm
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