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Trellis Fruit Bowl by Scott Klinker for Alessi


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    • Overall: 1.57" H x 11.18" W x 11.18" D
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Beautiful, Simple, great size from Ormond Beach, FL on 08/23/2015 – Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
This was backordered for quite a while and several times I almost cancelled, but am so glad I waited. I've actually ordered a second one. It is a great size - big enough for onions and garlic or fruit... the white is really pretty and usually i'm a stainless person, but this is softer.. sturdy... easy to clean (no small nooks and crannies that make it hard to clean) Pros: Beautiful, Great mid size Cons: none
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