Royal Doulton Pastels Herringbone Serving Bowl 29cm

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The Pastels Herringbone Serving Bowl 29cm is a great centrepiece for your table, bringing an inspired and light-hearted appeal to your relaxed dinner. An artisan-style herringbone print combines with a delicate blue colour and executed in a large serving size that makes a great sharing bowl for your guests. Build a relaxed and rustic dining experience around the Pastels collection and layer up different designs for an eclectic finish.



Height: 8cm

Width: 28.8cm

Depth: 28.8cm

Capacity: 2210ml

Weight: 980g

Dishwasher Safe

Microwave Safe

Type: Serving Dish

Material: Porcelain



Style up your kitchen décor with splashes of bright colour and inspired patterns with the Pastels collection. Heavily influenced by quirky artisan prints and an original aesthetic, Pastels infuses each piece with delicate block printing to create a fresh palette for spring/summer days. Subtle yet eye-catching, all of the plates, mugs and bowls in this collection are easy on the eye with an uplifting sense of fun for easy, casual dining. Entertain your friends al-fresco on balmy summer evenings with a soft blue herringbone, or try a lemon daisy colour palette for casual brunching with a personalised touch. An easy to use everyday collection for an effortlessly stylish table top.

About The Brand

The Royal Doulton Collections observe the expressive and varied styles discovered in the lofts, studios and apartments of 'new London' through creative use of materials, patterns, colours and textures.