Zafferano Dalmata Small Bowl
Spruce up your tablescape with the adorable Zafferano Dalmata Small Bowl from the namesake collection of handmade stoneware you’ll love. While rich in artisan appeal, the black-and-white scheme combined with the playful dotted lines lend your dining space a touch of quirky, modern charm. Pair with other pieces from the Dalmata collection to complete the look. Microwave and dishwasher-safe. 8.3"D.
Shipping & Returns
Sabavi Home offers shipping within the continental United States.
Orders over $49 ship for free.
For orders under $49, a shipping fee of $12.99 will be charged.
All orders will be shipped as quickly as possible. Orders are processed within 24 hours and in-stock items almost always ship within a few days. Orders placed on Fridays, weekends and holidays will begin processing on the following business day.
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Sabavi Home has a hassle free 30-day return policy. If for any reason you are not happy with an item, you can request a full refund within 30 days. We will always do our best to make things right.
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Shipping fees are not refundable.
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*Returns are subject to a $12 processing fee.
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Zafferano America is the exclusive distributor of the award-winning lighting and glassware designs of Federico de Majo of Venice, Italy. Born and raised in Venice, Italy, Federico de Majo spent much of his formative years on the fiery factory floor of his family’s glass-blowing business, Vetreria De Majo. It is in the studio of Vetreria De Majo where he first learned the historical techniques of glass blowing, and later began developing a body of work. Federico currently lives and works in the lush countryside of Treviso, while his soul is securely anchored to the island of Murano.