The carving in the warm, creamy grey coloured Stitch in Time ceramic bowl resembles long stitches like those used in Japanese Sashiko fabric work. Also we're told that this kind of pottery is sometimes achieved using an old clock hand on a potters wheel to make the stitches at regular intervals. We also happen to think it looks like a snuggly fisherman's jumper... but perhaps that's just us.
Just the right size for miso soup or rice.. or ice cream.
Or a bowl of coffee...
Marry it with our 'dimple' bowl - in image no. 3 to make a set (priced separately)
Approx 11 cm diameter across the top
Price includes shipping within in Australia
**International shipping available
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