Crosshatch Chevron Drinking Bowl
Crosshatch Chevron Drinking Bowl
Crosshatch Chevron Drinking Bowl

Crosshatch Chevron Drinking Bowl

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A smaller version of our popular globe cup, these drinking bowls feel amazing when cupped in your hands. The smooth, round bottom breaks the traditional rules of pottery, but references ancient times when round-bottomed pottery was common. The pattern here is inspired by the pottery of the Karasuk Culture, of the late bronze age, in Khakassia. The carved pattern is inlaid with white slip, and the interior surface is glazed. The high-fired stoneware body is perfectly safe for your microwave and dishwasher.

Holds 12 oz.
3.5 inches tall
3 inch diameter at the mouth

Every piece is made by hand, so there may be some small variations in size, decoration and glazing.


Our glazes

We finish the interiors of our vessels with a variety of food and microwave-safe glazes. Each item is handmade and kiln fired, which leads to some beautiful variations between batches. The examples below will give you a good idea of what your piece will look like.

Turkish Blue

Inspired by the streets of Istanbul, this cerulean blue ranges from an oceany azure to a dark sky blue.

Ruby

Bright like a ruby-red fall apple. This is a deep, consistent glaze. Full of drama.

Lichen

Minty and mossy green. This glaze is in the same family as Aegean, but takes on a greener hue.

Aegean

A lovely variegated glaze. It‘s turquoise when applied thicky and shifts to to amber on high, thinner spots.

Jade

A stunning blue-green variegated glaze. It features a high-shine lacquer finish.

Alabaster

A snowy, icy white glaze. Vessels finished in alabaster have a modern Scandinavian feel. Minimal yet elegant

Midnight

Blue black like the night sky, with flecks of lighter gray. This glaze reminds us of stargazing on hot July nights.

Juniper

Forest green with flecks of blue and amber, we named this glaze after our favorite conifer – and gin aromatic.

Lapis

Our newest glaze. A stunning, high-shine ultramarine blue, like its namesake metamorphic rock.


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