Ocean Tides

Decorative and Food Safe Ceramic Bowl from Bali

$197.99
(1 review) Write a Review
SKU: 307979
Description
Deep blues combined with sand, cream and black call to mind the ocean tides coming in. Putu Oka Mahendra crafts this ceramic serving bowl by hand, combining colored glazes for an artistic effect. The generously-sized bowl is as useful as it is beautiful, and can be used to serve hot foods or to hold fruit or salad.
  • Ceramic
  • 4.19 lbs
  • Bowl: 3.7 inches H x 10.8 inches Diam.
  • 67 oz.
  • Made in Indonesia

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Putu Oka Mahendra

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1 Review

  • 5
    Colorful addition

    Posted by Dennis on Mar 2nd 2019

    Our two "Ocean Tides" bowls provide a beautiful splash of blue in our kitchen. Well made, they are very practical for displaying fruit and vegetables on the counter as well as good functional serving bowls. They complement our other Putu Oka Mahendra bowls, and we look forward to more offerings from this artist.

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  • Microcredit Financing
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  • Preserving Traditions
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    This artist uses traditional techniques handed down through the generations and/or creates culturally significant items, helping keep these traditions alive.

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