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Urchin Coupe Royal - Ceramic Pasta Bowl (2 pieces)

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Size: Bowl (19cm)

Ceramic Pasta Bowl - Urchin Coupe (2 pieces)


  • Crafted from quality materials for lasting appeal
  • Harmonizes with minimalist Scandinavian homes
  • 2 pieces set
  • Invokes a cozy and inviting ambiance

 

The bowl's white porcelain material provides a neutral backdrop for the thin blue stripes that converge at the center, creating a deep blue hue that is visually stunning. The design of the bowl works well with a minimalist home. The simple and understated design of the bowl will blend in well with other white porcelain dinnerware while adding a touch of refinement with its unique design.
 

 

Placement:

 

To create a cohesive look, we would suggest pairing this bowl with other white porcelain dinnerware with simple designs to keep the focus on the bowl's stunning design. The bowl is a comfortable piece that will provide a homey feeling. Its traditional Japanese design, quality material, and striking blue hue make it an ideal addition to any table.

 

Colors:

 

The dark blue hue in the center of the bowl can be complemented by adding touches of blue accents to the table setting, such as blue glassware or napkins. Also, a simple flower arrangement in shades of blue or white would complement the bowl's elegance without overwhelming the design.
 

 

Description:

Diameter: 19cm
Height: 8cm
Material: Porcelain
Color: Blue / White

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