Red Serving Bowls
  1. SWV

    Lastra Red Medium Serving Bowl - VIETRI

    $70.00  
    More Details Ideal for bringing color to the table, this serving bowl is carefully handmade of Italian stoneware and given a glossy red finish. Handcrafted in Italy.
  2. SWV

    Stripe Serving Bowl - Red - VIETRI

    $68.00  
    More Details Handcrafted of terra bianca earthenware, this serving bowl enlivens any table with its bold stripes. Conveniently dishwasher safe.
  3. LRD

    English Asiatic Pheasant Serving Bowl - Rose Victoria - white/blue

    $135.00  
    More Details Antique English serving bowl in the popular Asiaitc Pheasant pattern. Burleigh maker's mark on underside.
  4. LRD

    Early Wedgwood Creamware Serving Bowl - Rose Victoria

    $325.00  
    More Details Early 19th Century English Wedgwood reticulated serving bowl with floral pattern. Wedgwood mark on underside. Light wear.
  5. XVM

    Bernardaud Limoges Oval Serving Bowl - Stucco Mansion Antiques - white/ gold/ pink / multi

    $79.00  
    More Details Very elegant porcelain oval serving bowl by Bernardaud and Co. Piece is decorated with gold geometric band, a band of pink roses and hanging baskets filled with pink roses. Maker's marks on underside.
  6. SWV

    Pastel Glass Medium Bowl - Red - VIETRI

    $55.00  
    More Details Handcrafted in Turkey of mouth-blown glass, this bowl features a shimmering red finish and golden scalloped rim.
  7. SWV

    Pastel Glass Large Bowl - Red - VIETRI

    $65.00  
    More Details Handcrafted in Turkey of mouth-blown glass, this bowl features a shimmering red finish and golden scalloped rim.
  8. STB

    Universal Bowl - Cherry - Staub - 4.75"

    $20.00  
    More Details Stylish enough for serving and practical enough for prep, this chip-resistant vessel is made from high-fired ceramic which allows even heat distribution. Adding to its versatility, it can go from freezer to oven to table, and is microwave and dishwasher safe.
  9. HTC

    1910s Limoges Hand-Painted Bowls - Set of 6 - Design Line - blue/green/purple/red/gold

    $189.00  
    More Details Set of six artist-signed Limoges porcelain bowls hand-painted by "P. Schweihs" for P and P, Paroutaud Freres, La Seynie Limoges, 1903 to 1917. Each bowl is decorated with a different fruit motif with gilded accents. Signed artist's name (or initials) as well as porcelain manufacturer's mark “MZ, Austria” for Moritz Zdekauer; Altrolau, Austria, 1884 to 1909. Light wear.
  10. LRD

    1950s French Cafè Au Lait Bowls - Set of 2 - Rose Victoria - cranberry/white

    $125.00  
    More Details Pair of French café au lait bowls. Enjoy your morning latte in the tradition of French cafes. Also a handy size to use as small serving bowls. Light wear.
  11. LRD

    French Porcelain Lion Head Bowls - Set of 3 - Rose Victoria - white

    $285.00  
    More Details Set of three French porcelain serving bowls with lion head handles. Dimensions: large bowl, 10"L x 8.5"W x 6"H; medium bowl, 7.5"L x 6.5"W x 5"H; small bowl, 6"L x 5.25"W x 3.5"H. Mixed maker's mark on underside.
  12. LRD

    French Limoges Gilded Bowl with Bees - Rose Victoria - white/gold

    $225.00  
    More Details French Limoges gilded serving bowl with bees and an eagle. Maker's mark on underside.
  13. LRD

    French Porcelain Bouillabaisse Bowl - Rose Victoria - white

    $325.00  
    More Details French white porcelain bouillabaisse serving bowl with lion's head handles and matching ladle. Bowl, 9.75"L x 8.75W x 6.75"H; ladle, 11.5"L x 4.25"W x 2.75"H. Maker's mark on underside of ladle. Light wear.
  14. LRD

    Sterling Arts & Crafts Bowl - 1894 - Rose Victoria - silver

    $225.00  
    More Details English Arts and Crafts style hand-made sterling silver bowl. Maker's mark and impressed English hallmarks on underside. Hallmarked for Sheffield, 1894.
  15. LRD

    Linthorpe Art Pottery Majolica Bowl 1898 - Rose Victoria - multi

    $265.00  
    More Details Shallow majolica bowl with marks for the famous Art Pottery Studio of Linthorpe on the underside. The studio was stablished in 1879 by Christopher Dresser, an important designer of the time. The studio was in business for only about 10 years, this piece dated 1898. Light wear, crazing.