When I think of retro ceramics, my first thought is of Cathrineholm’s designs, but these can be expensive so this set of Sixties Bowls makes a good budget alternative.
Summer Bowls by Trine Weng
Ok, so it isn’t the right season to for a collection named Summer Bowls, but these ceramics are good enough to use at any time of the year.
60s decorated ceramic tableware from Mint
Traditional white ceramic tableware gets a 60s makeover with this set from Mint.
Each item has been decorated with colourful transfer that illustrate retro sofas or classic record players to produce a set that's worthy of display as it is to eat from. The set includes salad bowls, pasta bowels and serving plates.
Prices start at £30 each for a salad bowl.
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John Lewis summer folk bowls
Wanting to entertain in style once the sun comes out again? Take a look at John Lewis's summer folk bowls. Made from melamine, they're ideally suited for a spot of outdoor entertaining.
However, it's the colour and the design that really attracted us. As their name might suggest, the style looks towards the Scandinavian folk look. More specifically, the pattern is reminiscent of the Cathrineholm Lotus pattern of the 1960s, executed in bright, eye catching colours that are perfect for sunny days.
A large bowl costs £4.80, while you can buy a small bowl for £2.40.
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