I made Taos Side Bowls on the potter’s wheel. They each have a tapered shape and a trimmed foot. I call them side bowls because Taos Side Bowls are perfect little serving bowls for all kinds of finger foods; like nuts or pretzels, or olives. But they also serve sauces, condiments, small salads, soups perfectly as well. Use them as individual rice bowls or miso bowls. Use them as cups if you like. Or perhaps for ice cream. Use them around the house, say, in the bathroom to keep cotton balls handy. They make great “catch alls” for your dresser or countertop. Keep them together or spread them out. Once you have a set of these bowls, you’ll want more. There are so many uses. Stack ’em up!
They are just all ’round useful side bowls.
And they are pretty too, with overlapping blue, green, cream, & gold glazes. My technique of dipping, pouring, and drip-trailing the 4 layers of glazes results in a consistent, yet dynamic, result. Each application is slightly unique.
I fire all my pottery to at least 2200 degrees F. These are strong and durable side bowls. They fit in your hand nicely and they sit stable on the table as well.
Dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.
They make a great thank you gift, house warming gift, holiday gift, anytime gift.
4.5” Dia. 2.75” H.
Sold as set of 3.
See also Taos Spoon Rest