Red Floral Fruit Bowl
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Painted Poppies
Red Floral Fruit Bowl

 

Item No.: 5106898

MSRP: $14.50 
Our Price: $7.99 Item eligible for discount
Save $6.51 off MSRP

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Estimated shipment 5/2/14.

Painted Poppies dinnerware set features a handpainted floral design with a reactive glaze finish, creating a look that is whimsical yet sophisticate. Crafted of stoneware. Due to the nature of reactive glaze, each piece of this handcrafted collection will exhibit unique variations in color and pattern. Microwave and dishwasher safe. This Red Floral Fruit Bowl will coordinate beautifully with your Painted Poppies dinnerware collection, but will also make a lovely accent on its own. The elegant flower petal embossing makes this bowl a table favorite, and will add a touch of springtime all year long. It's perfect for serving individual portions of fruit, but it's also great for salsa, chip dip or barbecue sauce. Or for small servings of ice cream so you don't overdo it! Red Floral Fruit Bowl measures approximately 6-1/2 inch diameter x 2-3/8 inch high.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very attractive bowl this attractive bowl is a nice surprise to guests. It is a great size and the color is pretty. May 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Red/White/Gold floral bowls I am delighted with the floral bowls, which I have used for salads, cereal, deserts and serving dishes. That they can go from freezer to oven/microwave is very user friendly. The shapes compliment the other dinnerware in the Painted Poppies collection. The possible uses are limited only by my imagination. I highly recommend the floral bowls and intend to purchase 4 more for my servings of eight. February 9, 2013
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