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Blue Sky Glass Serving Bowls
Item #77301
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These dreamy glass objets with matte silver backing are mesmerizingly patterned with “clouds” streaming through a clear blue sky. These Blue Sky Glass Serving Bowls are stunning centerpieces or serving dishes. Food safe. Hand wash. Patterns will vary slightly.

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Small Orig. $55.00 NOW $13.49
Large Orig. $75.00 NOW $18.49

They remind us of contemporary functional glassware in the Smithsonian’s ceramics and glass collections.
Small, 12.5"dia. x 3"h.; Large, 17"dia. x 7"h.
This item cannot be shipped outside the contiguous U.S.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By History gal
Elkin, NC
August 01, 2017
3.05
"I ordered these bowls when they went on sale and I should have sent them back when I opened them. The picture makes the glass look shiny and that they are a solid color. The bowls have a sliver paint on the underneath that makes them opaque. The colors are not solid but two colors swirled together like a tie dye effect. After closer inspection, I think there is just the blue color and the other is from the silver underneath. The bowls almost look frosted too. Finally, the bowls that were sent to me were the same color. This is not what is depicted in the picture. With that said, the bowls are of good quality, heavy and sturdy. There are no imperfections. I think they were made well."
By Dedicated Museum-Store Shopper
Pittsburgh, PA
March 16, 2017
4.05
"I got these to give as gifts. The bowls are beautiful, but both are the same bright blue as shown on the smaller bowl. I was expecting them to be slightly different shades like in the photos. It's not a big deal as both are still striking and lovely. On the big bowl some of the silver paint that covers the outside was dripped on the inside. I sent it back and the replacement also had some of the silver paint inside. Though on this one it is not particularly noticeable unless you are really looking. The smaller one was perfect."