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Beatriz Ball Alabaster Wave Bowl
Catch a wave! Presented in shades of blue, white, and clear glass, the Alabaster Glass Wave Large Bowl is a remarkable design. Flowing and organic, the dynamic design makes a dramatic centerpiece. Available in large and extra-large sizes, this bowl is great for salads, sides and fruit.
Upholding the Beatriz Ball handmade tradition, each piece of hand-cast translucent glass is one-of-a-kind and the lively swirling pattern of colors varies from piece to piece--no two pieces exactly alike. Hand-finished glass; food safe.
- Height: 4.5"
- Diameter: 14"
- Extra Large
- Height: 6"
- Diameter: 17"
- Do not put in oven, dishwasher or microwave. Hand-wash.
Shipping & Returns
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Beatriz Ball’s roots in design go back over 30 years, when the Cuban-born designer began working hand-in-hand with skilled metalware artisans on the outskirts of Mexico City, creating updated, innovative designs in a special lustrous alloy of many metals. She now operates a foundry dedicated solely to the manufacture of her own designs where she employs nearly 100 of the best and most gifted artisans in Mexico. In an intensely handmade process, skilled craftsmen create each one of the pieces, one at a time, utilizing the same molding and casting methods the Greeks and Romans did thousands of years ago.