Neil Cohen for Nambe
Rarely does a serving bowl look so dashing and at the same time have the added benefit of handles. Neil Cohen draws inspiration from the Nambe handled tray for his round bowl, by perforating two extended sides with smooth ovals for grasping. In this way, the solid metal vessel can be carried easily with oven mitts when piping hot, or daintily with fingers when freezer-chilled for gazpacho. A popular gift since its introduction in 1999, the handled bowl comes in two generous sizes and complements any decor. This work of functional art is one you'll want to keep out on the table, piled with fresh seasonal fruit, for daily viewing.
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Nambé’s passion for exceptional design began in 1951, and was inspired by the discovery of...