GISELLE GOLDEN LINES PORCELAIN SERVING BOWL
~ Please note that since this item is made to order, it will take approximately 2 weeks for us to create and prepare your order for shipment.~
The epitome of elegance, this serving bowl is adorned with golden lines rim that lend a sense of opulence to any occasion. Whether it’s a special gathering or a casual meal with loved ones, this bowl is sure to captivate your guests with its timeless allure.
MATERIAL: soft ivory white porcelain, 22k gold
GISELLE is more than just a collection of ceramics; it’s a masterpiece of sophistication embodied in every plate. Each piece is crafted with the utmost care and precision, showcasing not just fine porcelain and luxurious gold details but also the soulful expression of the artist. Indulge in the beauty of GISELLE and let it inspire your senses.
MADE TO ORDER
We work in the made-to-order fashion as it is the most sustainable and efficient way to run a brand for handmade items. We keep a minimum inventory in stock and are ready to produce everything in line with our clients’ preferences. The customers contact us with questions about custom-made sizes, color palettes, or designs. Made-to-order small sets take between 5 and 10 days to be completed. For multi-item orders we would need a few weeks for production, packaging, and shipping.
- modern classic style
- perfect for special occasions
- handmade in Sofia, Bulgaria
- food safe
- safe DHL shipping
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- 5% OFF for orders over €300
- 10% OFF for orders over €500
- 15% OFF for orders over €1000
- 20% OFF for orders over €1500
Every Pottery & Poetry item travels multiple times through a set of hands before a block of clay is transformed into a piece of art. We hand-built, dry and retouch each product carefully before it’s bisque fired in the kiln. Then we sand it to smooth the surface, hand-glaze and fire once again. In the manual process, some minor imperfections on the surface and variations of the shape and size may occur. We consider this a feature, not a bug though, because it makes every pot and plate one of a kind, even if they are part of the same collection.