Decorative Tin Bowls

“Designed in the UK, but nowadays probably manufactured elsewhere, these beautiful “tin” (in reality steel with an over-printed design) bowls are ideal for your posh or not quite so posh picnics. So whether your taste is Glyndebourne or Henley, or the local beach or park these bowls make fantastic re-usable and un-breakable picnic ware that are bound to set tongues wagging. Robust yet light and washable (if in a dishwasher on a gentle programme) and when the conversation flags can even be used as a sun hat!

Alternatively if Al Fresco dining is not your biscuit then the bowls are great for finger foods like fresh strawberries or simply as decoration. Until picked up, most people would not know these are not the original porcelain as used in some of the great British houses of centuries ago.”

All the bowls are identically sized with a diameter of 9 inches/23 cms and depth approx. 1¾ inches/4 cms. Mouseover/click Images for larger image. See also separate product page for matching plates.

 

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The Wallace Collection © The Daisy Centre BowlThe Wallace Collection © The Daisy Centre Bowl
The Wallace Collection © The Daisy Centre Bowl

The Wallace Collection © The Daisy Centre Bowl

This design is taken from a Sèvres Porcelain saucer dated 1766 (C439). The cup and saucer set (Gobelet au laitè et soucoupe) were purchased by the 3rd Marquess of Hertford and recorded in an inventory of 1842.

This design produced for the Wallace Collection, London © Great Britain


The Victoria and Albert Museum  The White Ground BowlThe Victoria and Albert Museum © The White Ground Bowl
The Victoria and Albert Museum © The White Ground Bowl

The Victoria and Albert Museum © The White Ground Bowl

This design is taken from a Derby Porcelain Factory plate, painted by Leonard Lead; England, about 1830.

This reproduction produced for the Victoria & Albert Museum, London © Great Britain


The Victoria and Albert Museum © Pink Roses BowlThe Victoria and Albert Museum © The Pink Roses Bowl
The Victoria and Albert Museum © The pink Roses Bowl

The Victoria and Albert Museum © The Pink Roses Bowl

This design is taken from a Nantgarw China Works plate, Cardiff 1811-19.

The Wallace Collection © The Garland of Roses BowlThe Wallace Collection © The Garland of Roses Bowl
The Wallace Collection © The Garland of Roses Bowl

The Wallace Collection © The Garland of Roses Bowl

This design is taken from a Sèvres Porcelain saucer dated 1760 (C344). The decoration consists of a scalloped border, suspended from which are painted garlands of roses, cornflowers and pansies interlaced in pairs to form heart shapes. The cup and matching saucer were probably acquired by the 3rd Marquess of Hertford (1777-1842).

This design produced for the Wallace Collection, London © Great Britain


 

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Price Each: €7.48

Order six or more of the same design for €6.96 Each

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