The Folk Art design illustrates the simplicity of an earlier time. The early salt-glazed pottery made by Pfaltzgraff were the inspiration for the Folk Art collection. The higher sides on this bowl will keep your soup, cereal or ice cream neatly in the bowl. Crafted of stoneware. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Deep soup/cereal bowl measures 6 inch diameter (24 ounce) x 3 inch high.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by treL So disappointed I have had these dishes for years. I recently chipped this bowl and being the Virgo I am, I had to throw it away. I was delighted to find that it is still offered by Pfaltzgraff but so disappointed when I rec'd it. I haven't ordered any of my pattern for a number of yrs. and when I rec'd this bowl it just felt different, looked different and the "logo" is awful. I don't know if it's because these are now made in China or what but I will not be ordering more. If anything I will check eBay for the older original dishes January 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fritz10 great size for soups to desserts Bowls are versatile, great size for soups to desserts. Cereal in the morning to ice cream sundae at night. October 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by teajay53 Folk Art I have owned this pattern since 1986 and so greatful they have brought back the pattern. The pattern can be dressed up or down and it has been a great dish wear set for daily use with my family. I loved the pattern so mush that after it was retired I began shopping thrift and garage sales looking for additional pieces. As my family has grown I am proud to say my set can accomodate seating for all 25 of us. Imagine how thrilled I was when the patter was re-released and now square dishes. These have added great architure to my dining table. Pfaltzgraff thanks for remaining a product full of quality. Its hard to believe I have used this daily for 26 years and have not tired of the pattern. August 22, 2012
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