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What better way to begin the day with the bold color and artisan style found in this set of six 1815 BOLD Cereal Bowls. Inspired by John Doulton's first pottery established in 1815, these hand-thrown shapes in porcelain have two distinct decorative finishes with half-dipped glaze or brushstroke in aqua, coral and lilac. Designed to bring an innovative yet authentic, hand-crafted touch to your home and for all casual entertaining moments, this set of bowls can also be used for serving snacks, fruit and indulgent desserts. Presented as a stylish raffia tied set, the 1815 BOLD collection is all about banishing the boring and bringing vibrancy and originality to your home, whatever your unique style may be.
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About The 1815 by Royal Doulton Collection
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