Crafted from temperature-retaining soapstone sitting in acacia wood jacket, these bowls can be pre-chilled to keep desserts from melting while the wood protects your hands from freezer burn. The stone can also be warmed for hot dishes.
Ceramicist Catherine Smith’s stoneware popcorn bowl not only looks beautiful, it has a built-in strainer that lets unpopped kernels fall into a separate compartment, sparing your teeth from an unpleasant surprise while snacking.
According to our calculations, you won’t be using a crystal bowl to hold your treats for another 30-40 years. Until then, place your mini candy canes, keys or extra coinage into this fun handmade cast iron skull, and savor your youth.
If your mutt’s going to insist on drinking out of the toilet bowl anyhow, why not get them their own, and ensure it has clean water in it? We’re getting one for the cat. And another for our breakfast cereal.