Clam Small Glass Serving Bowl

Arda
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Clam Small Glass Serving Bowl

$68-$175
$38-$100 Gilt
Size :
  • 12
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  • 13.5"
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  • 6
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  • 9.5
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  • 9.5"
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Color:
silver plated luster smoke
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Description
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Clam Small Glass Serving Bowls:

  • Handcrafted small glass serving bowls
  • Made of handspun glass
  • Food safe
  • Hand wash

Sizing:

  • Bowl measuring 6 inches in width measures 7 inches in length
  • Bowl measuring 9½ inches in width measures 12½ inches in length
  • Bowl measuring 12 inches in width measures 15 inches in length

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each piece is unique and may have slight variations.

Please note, the 6 inch bowl is sold as a set of 4. The 9½ inch and 12 inch bowls are sold as singles.

Material: Glass

Brand: Arda

Origin: Imported

Arda Glassware takes a thoroughly modern approach to dinnerware design, yet prides itself on keeping alive the glass-making and glazing traditions developed in Turkey during the Ottoman period. Founded in 1989, this innovative company creates exquisite platters, plates, and other glassware essentials using a combination of manual and machine-driven techniques, including centrifugation and the Schiller method (machine-blowing). Arda's seemingly endless range of styles includes transparent glass, alabaster, and painted pieces available in hundreds of distinctive patterns and shapes — from the gilded, ornate Vanessa series (which would have fit perfectly in Louis XVI's flatware collection) to authentic-looking oyster dishes embellished with silver plating.