Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Handmade ceramic bowls geometric pattern black and white B&W
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls
Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls

Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls

$87

Size
Large

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Casa Cubista Graphic Tableware - Segment Bowls

$25

Size
Small


Handmade and hand painted ceramics from one of the mother countries, Portugal, these beautiful pieces for your table will add a modern and graphic touch and are perfect to mix and match. These earthenware bowls are unique and versatile.

Large Bowl Size: 10.25”x3.95”

Mini Bowl Size: 4.7”x1.5”

Care Instructions:
Prior to first use, piece should be washed by hand in hot soapy water, well rinsed and allowed to air dry. To maintain the integrity of the pieces, dishwasher use is not recommended. The base of jugs, mugs and vases may initially sweat -this is normal and will decrease over time.

About the Potter:

Rui's family has been in the pottery business for over 200 years, and we're proud to continue that tradition with him on all of our terracotta ware. Just about every piece we sell is thrown by Rui on the potter's wheel (he started in the family business when he was 8), and is then painted by his aunt Regina.