This “Labneh” stamped dip bowl by My Hungry Valentine Ceramics Studio is pretty self-explanatory! The go-to for a generous bowl of creamy fresh cheese or any other dip when your friends come over.
This bowl also does a great job at welcoming jewelry or keys.
Make it unique! To customise the piece and trade the existing stamped words for your own, please enter your copy in the "personalisation" field.
The stamps used are all lower-case. For optimal reading, your copy should be kept short. If it's more than 8 characters long, the stamps used will be of a smaller size. It shouldn't be more than 20 characters long.
Please note there is an extra £4 charge.
If the pieces are in stock, I will send them out as soon as possible.
Otherwise, it will be made to order. Please allow around 3-4 weeks of production time. If you have any questions, please do get in touch before purchasing the item.
Personalised items will obviously be made to order just for you. Therefore, I am unfortunately unable to offer any return or refund on these.
Approximate size: diameter 12 cm, height 3-4 cm
Approximate weight: 170 g
The picture of the breakfast bowl held by hand is here to give you a better idea of the size.
Each piece is handmade and therefore different. These dimensions are provided as a guide, on an indicative basis. They will most certainly vary slightly from one piece to the other.
- Bruised peach: the very essence of cloudy white, an iridescent glaze full of nuances, playing with the natural colour of the clay.
- Matt white: a beautifully simple matt white glaze with its very own life and aspirations, resulting in natural drips and changing thickness.
The glazes used are food-safe. The back is kept unglazed for a natural and modern look.
All tableware is food and dishwasher safe, however hand washing will extend the life of your pieces.
Ceramics shouldn't be exposed to rapid temperature changes. Use in microwaves is not recommended, as there is the chance of cracking.
Each piece has its own character, with beautiful imperfections, as they are all hand built in my East London studio, before going through two high-temperature kiln firings. I use recycled stoneware, so little speckles and nuances may appear from time to time, that's the beauty of it.