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Waechtersbach Pasta Serve Bowl

Sublimely simple, this lacquered bowl makes a dramatic statement anywhere and especially as a dynamic centerpiece. Highly versatile, it proves that red can be a neutral color for the table. Used as a serving bowl, it's large enough to hold a pyramid of...Read More

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Sublimely simple, this lacquered bowl makes a dramatic statement anywhere and especially as a dynamic centerpiece. Highly versatile, it proves that red can be a neutral color for the table. Used as a serving bowl, it's large enough to hold a pyramid of pears or a family-size pasta or salad. Safe for dishwasher. Made in Germany.

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  • Manufacturer: Waechtersbach
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 12¾"
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Model: #226633
  • Made in Germany
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I bought this dish for myself because it was versatile. I used it all the time for pasta or salad. I loved it! Then, I did something bold--I gave to my cousin for a wedding gift. I was moving and decided to pack up mine and ship it to her. After a year or so it was still in perfect condition. Now I am buying two more. One to replace for me, and another for a gift. I will continue to purchase this bowl
July 5, 2011
 

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