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The serving bowls in the BLANDA series are available in several different materials and sizes to mix and match according to your tastes and needs.
Stack the smaller sizes inside the larger of the same range, to save space when not in use.
Made of bamboo, which is an easy-care and hardwearing natural material.
|Weight Gross:||1 lb 12 oz|
|Weight Net:||1 lb 12 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.28 cu.ft|
Do not use utensils made of metal. They can scratch and damage the surface of the bowl.
Wash this product before using it for the first time.
"My idea with the BLANDA series was to have it contain simple, practical bowls without any unnecessary elements. That's why I chose to give them a classic design in which form and function truly go hand in hand. Since all the bowls have the same design but come in different materials and sizes, you can combine them in endless ways."
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