Nicholas Mosse Pottery Vegetable Bowl Green Lawn

€64.95

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Code 806661120401


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This vegetable bowl is part of the Lawn collection by Nicholas Mosse, a renowned Irish pottery brand. The Lawn design features a solid background of vibrant green, created by hand-painting individual blades of grass. The bowl is handcrafted from high-quality clay and glazed with a durable finish. It is perfect for serving vegetables or salads, as it keeps them warm and fresh. The bowl measures 19cm (7.5") in diameter and 10cm (4") in height, and holds 1 litre (34 oz) of food.

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