Celtic Cross Bowls Set of 2

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■ Exquisite Irish bowls set of 2 with a glossy finish, crafted from fine bone china, a durable and scratch-resistant material

■ Designed with intricate Celtic Knotwork and a Celtic Cross on the inside, a combination of aesthetic beauty with cultural and spiritual significance

■ Each bowl measuring 5.51” in diameter, a versatile size suitable to accommodate a range of culinary delights

■ With a unique design and cultural symbolism, these bowls would make a special Irish gift that can be used every day or on various occasions


Elevate your kitchenware collection and celebrate the richness of Irish heritage with our exquisite Celtic Cross Ceramic Bowls Set of 2. These bowls are finely crafted from durable and scratch-resistant fine bone china. The commitment to quality ensures that this piece will withstand the test of time and become an heirloom that is passed down through generations, preserving the memories and traditions of your heritage. The captivating design features intricate Celtic knotwork and spirals, creating a mesmerizing visual effect that captures the attention. The authentic Celtic knots and swirls, with no beginning or end, embody the Celtic belief in the interconnectedness of all life, past, present, and future. A traditional cross rests in the center, symbolizing Irish faith and pride. Also, the Celtic Cross is a strong expression of Irish people's cultural identity and connection to their ancestral roots. This powerful emblem resonates with the deep spirituality and strength that characterize Irish culture. With a diameter of 5.51”, these bowls are not only a work of art but also functional pieces. Perfect for holding an array of foods, from comforting soups to hearty stews, it brings the flavors of Ireland to every meal. These bowls are an ideal gift choice for someone you love, a special addition to your kitchenware, and a way to celebrate Irish roots on various occasions.