Mine Small Bowl
Kosta Boda Mine Small Bowl
Weights & Dimensions
- Overall at Base: 5.375" W x 5.375" D
- Overall Product Weight: 1.43lbs
|Product Type: Soup bowl||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Non-Toxic: Yes||Stain Resistant: Yes|
|Tarnish Resistant: Yes||Odor Resistant: Yes|
|Lead-Free: Yes||Formal or Casual: Casual|
|Shape: Circle||Oven Safe: No|
|Stove Safe: No||Refrigerator Safe: Yes|
|Freezer Safe: No||Food Safe: Yes|
|Stackable: Yes||Handles: No|
|Utensil Included: No||Lid Included: No|
|Tray Included: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Product Care: Do not use abrasive cleaners||Country of Manufacture: Sweden|
|FDA Compliant: Yes||PTFE Free: Yes|
|PFOA Free: Yes||California Proposition 65 Compliant: Yes|
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About the Designer
Ulrica Hydman-Vallien is foremost a designer in glass, but one look at her portfolio reveals her passion for painting with oils and watercolors, a love for ceramics, a spiritual union with nature. She paints in a variety of techniques, her signature style saturated colors painted resolutely and boldly onto the surface of the glass as though it were a three-dimensional canvas. Stockholm native Ulrica was brought up in an artistic family (with a mother who was also her mentor), and was schooled at the National College of Art, Craft and Design, as well as scholarship programs in the U.S. and Mexico. She joined the company in 1972 and has been awarded major scholarships and prizes, exhibited in museums and shows worldwide, and has lectured at the Bildwerk in Germany and at the famous Pilchuck Glass Center school in Washington state.
About the Manufacturer
Over the centuries, the artists and craftsmen of Kosta Boda have not only embodied the distinctive folkways of Scandinavian design, but helped define those traditions. When you buy
and give Kosta Boda, you're buying and giving history - a lineage of great design and craftsmanship that has endured for more than 260 years.
When the USA was established our company was nearly 50 years old. The original Kosta glassworks was born in 1742 as a partnership, the name an acronym from the partners' surnames: Anders KOskull and Georg Boglislaus STAël von Holstein. As Kosta grew and prospered, we helped grow an entire industry in Småland, Sweden's "Kingdom of Glass." In the 20th century, Kosta and neighboring glasshouses Åfors and Boda, were merged under a common owner. In 1976, we were renamed Kosta Boda.
What makes Kosta Boda so special is that we continually draw on our long history in developing exciting new ideas and methods in design and glass craftsmanship. Kosta Boda's designers and glassmakers are showcased in exhibitions and permanent private and public collections throughout the world.