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Bowl Ursli gets the bell BOX

Item #: 39013

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Using the design of a classic bread plate as their starting point, our Rheinfelder ceramics experts have created a highly versatile bowl design. This can be used in a wide range of ways, introducing joy and cheer into everyday kitchen routines....read more>
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Using the design of a classic bread plate as their starting point, our Rheinfelder ceramics experts have created a highly versatile bowl design.
This can be used in a wide range of ways, introducing joy and cheer into everyday kitchen routines. The hand-painted bowls are perfect for serving soup, salad, fruit, meat, pastries, rice, vegetables, biscuits ... or even bread. Whatever you choose to use them for, they’re real eye-catchers, and each pattern has a special charm of its own.

Alois Carigiet (* 30 August 1902 Trun, Grisons; † 1 August 1985 Trun) gained fame as a Swiss artist, lithograph and children’s book author. His three best known children’s books are: "A Bell for Ursli", "Florina and the Wild Bird" and “The Snowstorm”. In particular, his book "A Bell for Ursli" with text by Selina Chönz brought him national fame in Switzerland. Alois Carigiet’s love of the Engadine landscape infiltrates all of his pictures. These unique Carigiet paintings have been copied onto Rheinfelder ceramic products. The manual production and artistic painting by well-practised hands give each unique item its special, individual character.

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  • Not dishwasher suitable, washing by hand is recommended

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