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Signature 1815

Green Cereal Bowls (Set of 2)

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The Signature 1815 collection is the winner of the 2021 Tableware International Award of Excellence for Casual Dinnerware!

Rustle up your favourite curry, soup or even cereal using this set of two Signature 1815 Green Bowls. Crafted from chip-resistant porcelain, each 16cm bowl is hand-poured in this cool green glaze adding a stylish, modern and unique touch to your casual tableware. Designed for small kitchens, single-person households and couples — mix and match with the three other colours in the Signature 1815 collection along with other pieces from 1815. Dishwasher and microwave safe, these small bowls are perfect for everyday living.

Signature 1815 Green Cereal Bowls (Set of 2)
  • Set of 2 small 16cm bowls—perfect for cereal, soup and curry
  • Hand-poured glaze design makes each piece unique
  • Designed for small spaces, single-person households and couples
  • Mix & match with other pieces from the 1815 range
  • Porcelain— rigorously tested for chip resistance
  • Easy to clean, dishwasher and microwave safe
  • Comes in sustainable packaging that can be re-used and recycled
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Signature 1815

Celebrate craftsmanship, colour and uniqueness with Signature 1815. Coming in a soft and stylish palette of pink, coral, green and blue – the colors really pop against the timeless white porcelain  base. A design-led mix and match range created so you can build your own collection – focus on your favourite hue or make a statement with a combination of colours to suit your style. Shapes inspired by hand-thrown pieces with hand-dipped glazed designs make every piece as individual as you. Stamp, mark and impress your style onto contemporary living with dinner sets for 1 or 2 people – shop dinner plates, side plates, pasta bowls, cereal bowls, coffee mugs and more…

Shop Signature 1815 at Royal Doulton.