Small Bibendum Stacking Bowls

Arjan Van Dal
Small Bibendum Stacking Bowls by Arjan van Dal. This statement piece is a one-off design, consisting of a serving bowl and pedestal bowls.

This two piece set by ceramicist Arjan van Dal consists of a serving bowl in pale grey and pedestal bowl in Fahlman yellow. The serving bowl features concentric rings to allow for playing with the presentation of the food, while the pedestal bowl literally elevates dishes, presenting them in a whole new light. This exclusive piece has also been designed in different heights and widths, to help create a dynamic landscape on the dining table.
Material: Porcelain
Dimensions: Height: 14cm, Length: 26cm, Width: 26cm
Care Instructions: Wipe with a damp, soft cloth.
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The various colour pigments are worked manually into the porcelain form to create a solid colour. Once fired, the pieces are glazed with a transparent glaze on the inside while the outside is polished with a diamond sanding pad to create a very smooth surface.
The Maker Arjan Van Dal Ceramicist - London

Following a successful career working for the Dutch Commission to UNESCO, Arjan Van Dal began his “second career” in ceramics in 2015 having studied in his spare time under the watchful eye of Raymundus van Kessel. He was taken on as an assistant to Hitomi Hosono before being selected for the Crafts Council Hothouse Programme in 2016. Arjan has since exhibited his work across the globe, notably at the International China Craft Week in Hangzhou, and he was also commissioned to create an entire dinner range for Gazelle Mayfair.