When you just want a big bowl of salad for dinner—this is the perfect option. It’s also great for grain bowls or curry, rice and veggies. It even doubles as a small serving bowl—imagine Mexican street corn piled up high (we’re getting hungry). Chefs call this a crudo bowl, and you’ll find these bowls at Upland in NYC where Chef Justin Smillie serves up an ever-changing seasonal crudo course in them. In Austin, you can find them serving everything from pasta to ceviches at places like L’oco d’Oro, La Condesa and Uchi. Available in stacks of 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. Check your calendar—each item is made-to-order and can take up to 8 weeks to make. *Production update below
Large Bowl: 8.5" x 2" - holds 24 fl. oz.
Hand-crafted in Austin, Texas out of porcelain
Made using a jiggering process
Durable, semi-gloss clear glaze with inlaid slip design
Slight variations are inherent in the hand-made process and are the soul of our work
Save 10% by ordering as part of a Gramercy Dinnerware Set
Dinnerware Production Update:The Studio has been closed since March 13th as a prevention against Covid-19. For those of you ordering dinnerware, we can't thank you enough for wanting to bring our work home. Your support means the world to us and is crucial for when we ramp production back up. We will get your dinnerware made as soon as possible. Production time will be delayed upon reopening and we will update you throughout.