XL bowl NEXØ
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XL bowl NEXØ

1.300 kr
SHIKOH+ bowl

SHIKOH+ bowl

1.100 kr
Large salad bowl
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Large salad bowl
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Large wide salad bowl
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Large wide salad bowl

760 kr 950 kr
Salad bowl
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Salad bowl

650 kr
Breakfast bowl
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Breakfast bowl

224 kr 280 kr
Bowl on foot
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Bowl on foot

189 kr 210 kr
Etna bowl
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Etna bowl

400 kr
Ocre bowl with 2 handles
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Bowl-Blue bowl with 4 handles-Linda Ouhbi-It's yo no bi
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Bowl-Blue bowl-Linda Ouhbi-It's yo no bi
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Blue bowl

3.450 kr
Bowl-Light blue bowl-Linda Ouhbi-It's yo no bi
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Light blue bowl

2.550 kr
Bowl-Green bowl-Linda Ouhbi-It's yo no bi
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Green bowl

1.350 kr
bowl-Bowl-Robynn Storgaard-It's yo no bi
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Unique Bowl

800 kr
Unique large bowl
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Unique Bowl
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Unique Bowl

575 kr
Yuka Ando teabowl
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Yuka Ando Bowl
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bowl-Hand built ear bowl-Linda Ouhbi-It's yo no bi
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Breakfast Bowl
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Small Bowl
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Small Bowl

200 kr 250 kr
LAND Bowl
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LAND Bowl

159,20 kr 199 kr

Unique bowls by Yonobi

Explore our selection of ceramic bowls for decorative and functional purposes. The beautiful colors and structures of each piece make them perfect for interior decor.

Each bowl is handcrafted making them one of a kind in shape, form, and color. Where some bowls have visible differences in their structure - are some fitted perfect for stabling, such as our Hasami Porcelain selection.

The YŌNOBI artist collections are sold as individual and unique bowls. Though there are many benefits by owning a collection of bowls in different sizes. Our broad collection of bowls are available in a variety of colors, materials, and shapes.

The classic perception of round bowls is challenges with a range of cylinder shaped and round ceramic bowls.

The design of each bowl is a result of artistic ingenuity and technical expertise. You will never be bored looking at the beautiful exterior of these unique bowls.

How to clean ceramic bowls?

Most bowls are designed to be heat resistant and can be washed by dishwasher. We do recommend you to read the instructions thoroughly to make sure not damaging the handmade bowls.

Cleaning deeper stains can be difficult. You do not want to damage your beautiful ceramics. A great way to get rid of stains is softly cleaning them using baking soda. Adding a small amount of water or white vinegar to your baking soda, you softly rub the paste onto the stain and rinse the plate with water. Bye, bye stains!

Unique bowls through craftsmanship

The artists at YŌNOBI all contribute to a simplistic and beautiful lifestyle. Using ceramic techniques our artists have practiced into perfection the final result of each item is most compelling. Some artists enjoy refining the round shapes into a perfect ellipsis.

YŌNOBI assembles artists reaching as far as Japan, across Europe, to the United States. Our handmade ceramic bowls are made by artists from different cultures. They express each of their unique take on the craftsmanship of ceramics.

The result is nothing less than breathtaking. A silent storm is reflected within every piece - from the smallest bowl to the largest masterpiece. All our artists stay true to the very essence of Yonobi. That beauty is found in the practice of everyday life.

Artists selection: Handmade ceramic bowls

This selection of artists has mastered the techniques of sculpting clay into beautiful bowls by hand. No need to worry about someone hogging your special style. Because with our artists’ collection there can be only one unique bowl.

Linda Ouhbi

Designing some of the larger pieces of our ceramic bowl collection, Ouhbi creates some of our most artistic bowls. Her specialized working process using hand-building and coil techniques results in the most vivid blue colors, you will want to dive right into.

TYBO

Former known by the name Bo / Tyrrestrup Design this Danish artist combines a smooth surface with a stony exterior in his collection of small stoneware bowls. TYBOs designs are inspired by the nature surrounding the artist’s home in Djursland, Denmark.

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