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Origin: Made in Britain 

Design: Sprig
Height: 85mm
Diameter:  164mm
Material: Bone Chin

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

Microwave Safe: Yes


This handmade bone china Plum Sprig Deep Bowl is part of our white bone china range of tableware. Featuring an understated floral sprig motif, it's great for  pasta, noodles, salads and soups and makes every meal time a special occasion. 


The bone-china bowl and other products within this range have been individually handmade using traditional techniques by talented artisans in the Pottery City of Stoke-on-Trent. Involving at least 20 hand processes and three kiln firings, the bowl boasts high-quality and unique craftmanship through its intricate pattern.


Bring home a traditional handiwork that's quintessentially made in Britain.


Why not combine with our Olive Sprig Mug in the same 3D pattern design. Repeat Repeat

Plum Sprig Deep Bowl

£25.50 Regular Price
£22.95Sale Price
  • Handmade

    Our artisans are keeping alive the age-old skills and craftsmanship of the English Potteries. Based in the heart of Stoke, the bone china is made in the traditional way by pouring liquid clay into a mould by hand. Despite the difficult process, quality is of the essence; every single item is handcrafted and made with care.


  • Washing Bone China

    Wash your bone china soon after use to reduce any possibility of staining. Gentle hand washing is recommended without the use of scourers to avoid scratching surfaces.

    Washing in Dishwashers

    It is fine to wash our bone china in the dishwasher but please ensure you stick to these guidelines.


    The bone china is dish washer friendly, however make sure it doesn’t touch any other items  in the dishwasher as it may cause scratching or damage due to the vibration. Use the most delicate cycle and ensure the maximum temperature is 60ºC (140ºF) or below. Use mild and gentle detergents, not powders and tablets and introduce a rinse cycle to wash away any detergent film.


    Storing Bone China

    In order to avoid scratching or chipping, it is essential that you do not stack the bone china bowls directly one on top of other as it may scratch the surfaces.

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