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Saori M Stoneware

Cereal Bowl

Cereal Bowl

Regular price $68.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $68.00 USD
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This gorgeous pottery bowl is a stunning example of the neriage technique, a traditional Japanese method for creating intricate marbled patterns in ceramics. Handmade with care and attention to detail, this bowl features a beautiful blend of marbled colors in shades of blue/green, and black.

The bowl has a sturdy, well-proportioned shape with a smooth, polished unglaze finish, but glazed inside. It's the perfect size for serving soup, cereal, or other small dishes, and its beautiful design makes it a stunning centerpiece for any table.

Crafted from high-quality stoneware clay, this bowl is both beautiful and durable, able to withstand daily use and regular wear and tear. It's also dishwasher and microwave-safe, making it easy to clean and convenient to use.

Whether you're a collector of beautiful ceramics, or simply looking for a beautiful and functional bowl for your home, this Neriage pottery bowl is sure to impress with its stunning design and exceptional craftsmanship.

This piece is also available at Saltstone Ceramics, a Seattle pottery gallery. 



  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: H  3in, Dia 5.5in
  • Capacity: N/A
  • Main Usage: Cereal Bowl, Fruit Bowl, Salad Bowl, etc
  • Material: Stoneware - Neriage Pottery
  • Origin: Made in the U.S.


Shipping Time

In stock item, orders are shipped within 2 business days (Mon-Fri ~4:00 pm).

Because items in this store are made in small quantities, there is usually only a small stock of each item.

Inventory may be moved to other store without notice. Please purchase your favorite items in advance.

Care Information

  • Hand wash: Most of Saori M Stoneware items are dishwasher-safe, but hand washing is recommended. Please use mild soap and warm water. Avoid harsh chemicals or metal sponges that can scratch the surface of the glaze or clay.
  • Avoid extreme temperature changes: Sudden changes in temperature can cause handmade ceramics to crack or break. Avoid placing ceramics directly on a stovetop or in the oven, as well as placing them in the freezer.
  • Do Not Stack: To avoid scratches or chips, use protective padding such like papers, cloth when stacking ceramic dishes or bowls to store.
  • Dry Storing: Avoid storing ceramics in a damp or humid environment in long term, as it can cause mold to the piece.
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