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In France, at breakfast, everyone drinks from their own coffee bowl, which takes the place of a cup or mug. Bowls are preferred, because it is easier to dip your croissant or your tartine (buttered bread) into a bowl. Just as an American has a favorite breakfast cup or mug, the French person has a favorite bowl. In cafés, the french serve coffee in cups and saucers--the bowl is for use at home. This explains why most foreigners don't know about this custom; it's private and experienced only in a French home. Here's the joy of the coffee bowl....you can't do anything else while you drink from it! Goodbye multi-tasking. It makes the weekend coffee ritual intentional and almost meditative. The bowl warms your hands and spirit; this is truly joie de vivre!

If coffee is not your religion, this small bowl will hold about 2 cups (500 ml) of cereal, soup, or ice cream.This french coffee bowl was made on the potter's wheel, hand carved on its foot, and glazed in denim blue.

Dimensions: approximately 3.5" (9 cm) tall X 4 1/2" (11 cm) wide at rim.

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French Coffee Bowl in Denim Blue, Latte Mug, Café au Lait Bowl - Handmade Ceramics

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clay, glaze, stoneware, dishwasher safe materials, nontoxic materials, white stoneware, microwave safe materials, blue glaze, denim blue glaze
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States
  • Feedback: 328 reviews
  • Favorited by: 98 people