flavour design studio :: udon noodle bowl

flavour design studio :: udon noodle bowl
  • flavour design studio :: udon noodle bowl
  • flavour design studio :: udon noodle bowl
  • flavour design studio :: udon noodle bowl
Fun, elegant, and ergonomic. Whether you are hosting a dinner party or lounging in front of the t.v., these Japanese-inspired bowls are designed to fit perfectly in the palm of your hand. Comes complete with chopsticks. Microwave & dishwasher safe.
Intuition discovered 121 months ago
  • 28.00 USD
  • brendamiller

    brendamiller says

    Sadly, the udon noodle bowl pictured here is a blatant and unauthorised copy of designer Keith Lehman’s Chopstick Bowl. Ironically this woman wants people to say to themselves,”why didn’t I think of that?” Meanwhile the real designer recieves no royalty or credit. Designers and shoppers beware!

    78 months ago

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