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10 Easy Pieces: Handmade Ceramic Nesting Bowls, Holiday Edition

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10 Easy Pieces: Handmade Ceramic Nesting Bowls, Holiday Edition

December 29, 2016

Nesting bowls are space-saving (stackable), multifunctional, and come in handy during meal prep. Here’s a roundup of our favorite handmade ceramic bowls of the nesting variety.

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Above: The Infinity Bowls made by Clair Catillaz of Clam Lab is a set of seven nesting bowls wheel-thrown from porcelain and stoneware and finished by hand with a mixed glaze; $350 for the set from Clam Lab.

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Above: Handmade in Italy, the Christiane Perrochon White Beige Stoneware Bowls are currently available in two sizes from March in San Francisco; $230 and $1,600.

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Above: The Kam Stacking Mixing Bowls by Brooklyn-based ceramicist Eric Bonnin are made from glazed stoneware and come in four sizes and two colors (shown here in oatmeal; also available in bronze). The bowls range in price from $65 to $200 and can be bought individually from March in San Francisco. For more about Bonnin, see our post A French Potter at the Wheel in New York.

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Above: The Sylvia Stacking Folding Bowls in white matte stoneware (also by Eric Bonnin) come as a set of five oval-shaped bowls and are hand-thrown. The bowls are also available in black. The set costs $385 from Nourish Kitchen Table.

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Above: These Handmade Porcelain Bowls are left unglazed on the outside, revealing the unique texture of the porcelain clay. A set of three costs £125 ($155.86) from John Julian in the UK.

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Above: This set of six Petite Nesting Bowls are handmade from stoneware; $125 from Lawson Fenning.

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Above: These Ceramic Nesting Bowls by Sarah Kersten feature practical lids for storage that also double as a trivet or platter. The bowls can be bought individually or as a set of three for $260 from Food52.

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Above: The Grey Bowl Trio by Philadelphia-based Felt & Fat are two-toned and slightly textured; $100 from Nourish Kitchen Table.

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Above: Hand-thrown by ceramicist Kelli Cain, the Seven Nest set features a honed dark brown stoneware exterior and a choice of two interior glazes: Stratus or Rothko Black. The set of seven costs $360 from Kelli Cain.

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Above: The hand-thrown Silverlake Nesting Bowl Set comes in four colors: serenity blue, classic white, satin black, and charcoal; $293 for a set of three bowls from Sheldon Ceramics.

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Above: The 3 Bowls Set from White Forest Pottery costs $125.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 2, 2016.











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