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My noodle bowl was designed to serve two packs of Ramen noodles. It is microwavable, easy to clean, and nests easily inside other bowls for compact storage. It is 3" at the base, and opens to 8" at the mouth, and is 4 1/2" high. I first designed this noodle bowl for my stepson when he graduated high school and went off to college, as Ramen noodles is the main food group of college boys! It holds 6 cups.

Sunday Coffee is my new series of warm golden brown glazes, made to evoke the pleasure of a leisurely savored cup of coffee.

All of my glazes are formulated for heirloom quality, and this piece will be as rich and glossy 100 years from now. Dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe.

PHOTOS: I use handmade techniques and up to 7 glazes that melt and flow in heat to achieve my pottery, and each piece is unique. The piece you receive will have the same size, shape, and glazes as the sample photo .To save the time and cost to photograph each piece, those in the images are examples of what you will receive. I will make sure yours is equally excellent.

GIFT BUYERS: If you want the gift sent to an address other than your own, please add that address to your PayPal account. Also, tell me how to address the card in 'message to seller' as you check out. Your gift will be beautifully hand wrapped., no extra charge

Thanks for your interest!

serving bowl Noodle Bowl Sunday Coffee series Brown, Orange Rust glazes


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stoneware clay, nontoxic glaze, cone 6 oxidation glazes, lead and barium free glazes
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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