Cereal Bowl

Cereal Bowl

Dunbeacon Pottery

Dunbeacon pottery cereal bowl with berries and a blue butter dish with linen napkins data-zoom=

€17.00


€17.00


The shape and size of these bowls lends itself perfectly to a bowl of porridge, cereal or if you’re being fancy, bircher muesli with organic almond milk and goji berries. Hand thrown by Helen Ennis of Dunbeacon Pottery in idyllic West Cork, available in three subtle glazes. Also perfect for using as serving dishes, the three colours look great mixed in a table setting. For a smaller serving size, its baby sibling in the Dunbeacon collection, the sugar bowl, is ideal.

A while back we visited Helen's enviable studio on the Sheep's Head peninsula, to read more about Dunbeacon and their creation process you can check out our post about the trip here.

Dimensions: Each bowl is about 6 cm tall and 14 cm in diameter. As each Dunbeacon Pottery piece is handmade the glaze and size may vary slightly. As with all pieces in the Dunbeacon range, these are dishwasher and microwave safe.

The shape and size of these bowls lends itself perfectly to a bowl of porridge, cereal or if you’re being fancy, bircher muesli with organic almond milk and goji berries. Hand thrown by Helen Ennis of Dunbeacon Pottery in idyllic West Cork, available in three subtle glazes. Also perfect for using as serving dishes, the three colours look great mixed in a table setting. For a smaller serving size, its baby sibling in the Dunbeacon collection, the sugar bowl, is ideal.

A while back we visited Helen's enviable studio on the Sheep's Head peninsula, to read more about Dunbeacon and their creation process you can check out our post about the trip here.

Dimensions: Each bowl is about 6 cm tall and 14 cm in diameter. As each Dunbeacon Pottery piece is handmade the glaze and size may vary slightly. As with all pieces in the Dunbeacon range, these are dishwasher and microwave safe.

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Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey established Irish Design Shop in 2008. A love of Irish craft and good design led these two jewellers to set up a retail space which offered customers both. Irish craft was witnessing a revival at this time, with a new breed of Irish designer/maker producing exciting, design-led products which embraced traditional and new techniques.

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