Pinched Porcelain Bowl
Kevin Wilcoxson
Brooklyn, NY
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Kevin Wilcoxson | Brooklyn, NY

About This Product


"Too pretty to use!" is the general response when catching a glimpse of these beautiful ceramic pieces... but au contraire! They were made to be used, and used in lots of ways. Not only is this bowl perfect for anything from displaying the perfect dip in the perfect way in a beautiful table setting, to eating your morning cereal, each piece is also incredibly heat resistant, so you can even bake with them. Individual Chicken Pot Pies, anyone? 

Product Facts:

  • 100% fine porcelain 
  • Measures 4.5" x 3"
  • Each is crafted, fired and glazed individually, with no two identical pieces 
  • Hand-signed by the ceramicist 
  • Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Available in solid white
  • Also available in a two-tone patter of white + red, orange, yellow, green, or blue-green
  • Ships in 3-5 days, straight from Kevin Wilcoxson Studio


About The Manufacturer


Specializing in fine ceramics, each porcelain piece is handmade combining traditional Mengei style Japanese Art and Industrial Design to make a "New Modern" style of functional porcelain. In the studio, the porcelain and glazes are made from scratch. The porcelain is fired in the kiln to 2250 degrees Fahrenheit resulting in translucent, food safe, oven safe and microwave safe porcelain tableware. Each piece is individually signed by the ceramicist and created with care.





About The Culture


"To the extent “Brooklyn” now designates more than a mere landmass, it means: small-batch production, urban husbandry, period facial hair, a fixed-gear bicycle, and “Girls.” And now, of course, you can’t travel to the bottom of the South China Sea without first passing through “the Brooklyn of the Malacca Strait,” or some equivalent." — The New York Times 






When You Buy This Product


Shopping local is more than a trend — it is the future of a sustainable economy. Studies show that when you purchase products from small local businesses, 68% of the profits go back into that business' local economy, creating more jobs, opportunity and growth. However, when you purchase items from a larger company, only 43% of the profits go back into the community — the rest is wasted on the bloat accrued by such a large entity and, ultimately, into the pockets of shareholders. Where would you rather put your dollars?  


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