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Serving Bowl

Red Rim
$99
From pasta to a large salad, our Serving Bowl makes a beautiful centerpiece and is more spacious than it looks.
  • Made in England
  • 1-Year No-Chip Guarantee
  • Stain-Resistant
  • Oven Safe to 580F
  • Microwave and Dishwasher Safe
Color Red Rim
Free shipping over $49

Finally—a Serving Bowl large enough for your most ambitious dinner parties.
Since the 1600s, the world’s best Plateware has come from Stoke-on-Trent, England, where the local clay and craftsmanship creates uniquely hard-wearing high alumina vitrified china. Prized for its beauty, longevity, and unrivaled chipping resistance, it’s historically been reserved for the hospitality industry—until now.

We’re the first to bring this legacy Plateware to home cooks. Instead of partial glazing, the Serving Bowl is fully glazed for 360° scratch- and chip-resistance. The glazing also makes it resistant to stains and oven safe to 580F, so you can keep your prized creation warm until your whole meal is ready to serve.

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Made In plateware is strong enough for restaurants and now available to home cooks. They are timeless and make food look beautiful. A plate that can let the food be what it is, and be beautiful, is perfect.
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