DECO mini splashed purple bowl

SKU: DE-mini-APS


The Deco Dessert Splashed Bowl brings a splash of artistic expression to the table, featuring a unique, hand-applied pattern within its elegant form. Ideal for serving or as a piece of decorative art, this bowl caters to the discerning eye, offering a blend of functionality and unparalleled artistic craftsmanship. This bowl is not just a glass art collectible gift, but also a unique way to express your affection for someone special.

Create a set of the same colour dessert bowls, or mix and match for more fun and colourful table setting! You can purchase mini bowls as a set - choose any 5 mini bowls and you will pay only for 4 of them. Discount will apply automatically in your shopping cart.

purple exterior / mirror splashed interior

Product size: W 120mm · H 62 mm ·  0,2l · 400g
Material: glass + stainless steel
Design by: Artis Nimanis

Each an&angel product is handmade in Europe by highly skilled glass artisans. Utilizing proven and refined techniques, we ensure that every piece achieves timeless quality and perfect glass clarity. Some of an&angel products have our signature mirror coating, combined with innovative technology, guarantees longevity, preventing oxidation and fading for an everlasting effect and enduring metal shine.

Free shipping and return worldwide on all orders over 150 EUR (except OUTLET). Please note that customers are responsible for any local customs duties.

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All products are securely packaged in cardboard boxes, covered in protective foam casing. Guaranteed replacement for any broken parcels.

This collection impresses due to its elegant design which has been achieved by the use of new technologies for glass coating.

— red dot jury

functional elegance

Round shapes, mirrored interiors, shine that doesn't oxidize – quality bowls that will make a lasting impression. Innovative and function glass bowls coated in metal. A staple that will elevate any room.

designed by

Artis Nīmanis

Artis Nimanis devoted years of experimentation in his Latvian studio developing an innovative, and exclusive, method for combining glass and metal. His technique is a treatment of the material in a high vacuum environment where the metal is transformed into a fog and allowed to naturally settle on the glass surface, and as a final stage is burned in with plasma rays.

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