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Flying Saucer bowl from Museum of Robots

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Flying saucer bowl

Mention a fruit bowl and it's unlikely you'll be getting too excited. That might change when you take a look at this Flying Saucer bowl made by the wonderfully named Museum of Robots

You'd expect your alien spacecraft to look a touch more high-tech these days but this wooden bowl is shaped like a flying saucer from a 1950s B-movie. Ideal for storing some of your five-a-day, the bowl is presumably a gift from a friendly and useful species. Open it up and its lid can be used as a second bowl, resting on a surface by using its alien antennae. 

You can buy the bowl with a stainless steel base (as pictured) for $250 or with a natural wood base for $150. 

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