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Small Bowl - Aberta

Sale price16,00 € Regular price20,00 €
color: Schwarz
The small bowl is suitable for the muesli with fresh raspberries in the morning, the hot vegetable soup with semolina dumplings at lunch or for the small field salad with walnuts in the evening.

The small bowl was produced in a manufactory in the center of Portugal. Visually, it opens upwards, while the bottom rests flat on the base. The unglazed rim adorns the reduced form and gives it an unexciting design detail.

The small bowl in our ABERTA collection is available in three glazes and has been produced sustainably and fairly. Glazed and unglazed, stoneware is suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher.

Collection Aberta

Our third ceramic collection is produced in a ceramic factory in central Portugal. The factory was founded in 1988 by a family that has a long tradition in the ceramic industry and has more than fifty years of experience in ceramic manufacturing.

Over the years, the company has continually evolved without detaching itself from the traditional component that characterizes the Alcobaça region. Among other things, they have specialized in hand-painting. We are very fond of this combination of tradition and modernity.

Our ABERTA collection is the first collection that we are having produced in Alcobaça.


For many, high-quality food has become a fundamental part of their life culture. Conscious nutrition and organically grown food are experiencing a new cult.

Eating also means rest and enjoyment. It is often the time when family members come together from their individual lives and spend time together around the table. Intense communication takes place during this ritual, which otherwise often finds little space.

With onomao ceramics we try to contribute to this culture of life. Through sustainable production and fair manufacturing conditions, they extend the cycle of conscious food intake. Our desire is to develop durable products that visually embellish the ritual of eating for many years.

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