Designer porcelain bowl - "Second Skin"

Designer porcelain bowl - "Second Skin"

I love this idea,,,create a container that reflects the items it holds..ie: fruit made of white, glazed stoneware,,, this bowl looks like it has been moulded over the clustered fruit it holds.... so the design is in what it holds... Comes in black too.

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  • Simplicity and beauty is the best way to describe this adorable treat jar that coordinates with our "Dotted Swiss" line of Bowls! This treat jar is made of durable stoneware and has the most adorable details! This treat jar is pur... Simplicity and beauty is the best way to describe this adorable treat jar that coordinates with our "Dotted Swiss" line of Bowls! This treat jar is made of durable stoneware and has the most adorable details! This treat jar is pure white with raised "Dots" all over and the words "TREATS" in raised letters.

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  • This SUPER ADORABLE Treat Jar is made of durable stoneware and can hold 60 oz. of treats! The "Class Act" Treat Jar is white and has an oval shapede stainless steel inset on the front of the jar with the words "TREATS" embossed on... This SUPER ADORABLE Treat Jar is made of durable stoneware and can hold 60 oz. of treats! The "Class Act" Treat Jar is white and has an oval shapede stainless steel inset on the front of the jar with the words "TREATS" embossed on it. The lid is made of stainless steel and has a clear cut out on top for viewing the amount of treats you have left! This adorable Treat Jar is the perfect solution to keep those special treats handy and it will also look great on your countertop! Don't forget to check out the matching "Class Act" bowls!

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  • The net is a really great touch to this ceramic egg vase.

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  • This is without a doubt getting wishlisted! Simple, modest and beautiful.

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