The Bermuda Bowls are our exclusive handcrafted stoneware bowls with a distinct triangular shape with veins drawn to the center. The fiery Ocean blue recalls the beauty onto your table. Crafted in ceramic in Japan, the Bermuda Bowls carries a unique shape which compliments its embossed line design. The Bowls are shaped in a triangular shape with deep blue glaze giving them the name Bermuda. Japanese stoneware plates carry a rare high gloss glaze, which is distinct to Japanese pottery. The Bermuda Bowl carries the same glaze and a rich blue colour inspired by the deep seas, making this product a dinner conversation for sure. Most of the colours used in Japanese pottery are inspired and derived from nature, The Bermuda Bowl is no different.
These products are oven and dishwasher friendly, which adds to the versatility of the product. Japanese pottery also known as tojiki or yakimono, is one of the oldest forms of art and craft in Japan. Japan has an exceptionally long and successful history of ceramic production, as far back as 300 BCE, giving Japan one of the oldest pottery traditions of the world.
Since food is distinctly what we toil for, why not make the meal a celebration ? we at H2H help you do just that. Our pottery comes all the way from Japan, making our dinner plates a celebration of tradition and new in terms of design. When having friends over for dinner, it™s the décor “ candles, lights, music , flowers, that sets the evening. Yet how you serve the food matters the most. Whether you host a formal dinner or have a casual get together, the style of service is what dictates the evening. The platters, dinner plates and bowls, play an important role is setting the mood for the kind of evening up ahead. The Bermuda Bowls compliments and works perfectly for a formal sit down dinner because of its high gloss glaze and unique shape or a casual evening with friends because of its rich shot of blue colour & fun pattern. The rich blue makes its versatile to use with a similar colour dinner set or a contrasting white one.