Ceramic Japan Infinity Bowls - White
Inspired by the circle, a polygon with an infinite number of sides, the Infinity Bowls were designed by Makoto Komatsu in 1984. The white bowls’ curved lip, distinctive wave-like curve and irresistible smoothness make for a pleasurable dining experience. Nesting perfectly, a complete set equips chefs and diners for a breadth of culinary experiences. Available in both white and black, the colors can be mixed or matched. Both have a matte finish.
1.75''H x 3.5''ø (Infinity Bowl 5)
2.5''H x 5''ø (Infinity Bowl 4)
3.25''H x6.75''ø (Infinity Bowl 3)
4''H x 8.75''ø (Infinity Bowl 2)
4.75''H x 10.5''ø (Infinity Bowl 1)
Available in white or black. Ceramic is a natural material that will patina over time. This patina may appear as discoloration and darkening from food contact, or it may also appear as ceramic crazing, which are small cracks that start to develop over time from hot liquids.
The Infinity Bowls were designed in 1984 by Makoto Komatsu, whose works have been collected by museums like MoMA, V&A and the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. The line evokes the circle, an endless loop symbolizing infinity. The bowls are manufactured in Seto, Japan by Ceramic Japan, which has been in business since 1973. Known for collaborating with top level artists and designers, Ceramic Japan pairs high artistic quality with traditional ceramic techniques.
Dishwasher and microwave safe.