Pier 1 Imports Hammered Mixing Bowl Set
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    All-purpose mixing bowls take a shine to mixed metallics, featuring matte copper exteriors and polished stainless steel interiors. The flat base provides stability and balance for kitchen prep and tableside serving. Set of three bowls come in 1.5-, 3- and 5-quart capacities and nest for compact storage.
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    Handcrafted in Cambridge, Ohio, this set of graduated mixing bowls made of gorgeous marble-like glass are superb for mixing up ingredients and beautiful enough for serving. To create these great-looking bowls, skilled glassworkers portion out just the right amount of molten glass needed to fill cast-iron molds. Pressed into the molds, the glass is then hardened and goes through a glazer, which melts away the outer layer, leaving with a smooth, shiny finish.
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    Handcrafted in Cambridge, Ohio, this set of graduated mixing bowls made of gorgeous jade-colored glass are superb for mixing up ingredients and beautiful enough for serving. To create these great-looking bowls, skilled glassworkers portion out just the right amount of molten glass needed to fill cast-iron molds. Pressed into the molds, the glass is then hardened and goes through a glazer, which melts away the outer layer, leaving with a smooth, shiny finish.
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    Handcrafted in Cambridge, Ohio, this set of graduated mixing bowls made of gorgeous milky-white glass are superb for mixing up ingredients and beautiful enough for serving. To create these great-looking bowls, skilled glassworkers portion out just the right amount of molten glass needed to fill cast-iron molds. Pressed into the molds, the glass is then hardened and goes through a glazer, which melts away the outer layer, leaving with a smooth, shiny finish.

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