Decorative Serving Bowls

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  • Olive Server
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    Take away your guests' guess work about where to stash their olive pits with this charming olive branch server. Beautifully crafted by Paul Bothe with a lustrous glaze, this double-fired design offers a leaf-shaped bowl for your favorite olives and a lidded pimento-hued dish for discarded pits. Toothpicks can be stowed in the branch, making this charming hosting essential a one-stop destination...
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  • Catch the Wave Serving Bowl and Spoon
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    Like some rippling flower from a coral garden, this bowl has a refreshing, flowing contour that is gently calming. Made from aluminum with a textured, matte finish on its inner surface, the wave-like rim of the bowl causes its appearance to shift when seen from different angles. The matching serving spoon echoes those flowing contours, and conveniently hooks over the crest of the bowl....
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  • Stoneware Olive Serving Dish
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    Set out hors d'oeuvres and nix guests' guesswork about where to leave the leftovers. Featuring a holding spot for toothpicks and discarded pits, this charming olive server by Tony Holman is highlighted by a lustrous glaze and sturdy stoneware craftsmanship. Handmade in Texas.
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  • Tortoise Shell Serving Bowl
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    Known for its beautiful wood, the mango tree only produces fruit for three years. After that, they are cut down to make way for new fruit-bearing trees. These eye-catching bowls are handcrafted by Thai artists from the fallen trees, breathing new life into the material. Highlighted by richly textured carvings, each bowl is brimming with unique, organically-inspired appeal. Fill with bananas...
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