Better be careful when reaching into this glazed ceramic bowl for a handful of chips or nuts, because you might be dipping your hand into the gaping maw of a big blue Shark!
Dubbed the ‘Shark Attack Snack Bowl‘ by me, this visually delightful and seriously functional bowl was spotted in the booth for Italian decorative glassware manufacturer Egizia 1949, which is based in Tuscany. Additional examples of their their glassware can be seen in the background of the first photo in this post.
Sadly, I was unable to locate the bowl on their website, so I can’t quote a price. This bowl is perfect for filling with the snack of your choice at your next Shark Week party, and of course it makes an ideal gift for your loved one who loves Sharks.
Artist Abby Modell creates contemporary art glass sculptures, mirrors and wall installations, and her 2016 Galaxy Collection features new items that are really out of this world. Pictured above is her Dichroic RockStar Cone Bowl, a one-of-a-kind hand-blown glass artwork that sparkles with fractured dichroic glass and Swarovski crystals. Simply stunning. Price: $6,000.
Description from Etsy: It’s an Upside-down Baby Head Bowl!
(Note: Can be used as a large cup or a small bowl.)
This handmade bowl is low fire white clay with a food safe glaze, which means the bowl is made to be used. The outside has a clear glaze over white clay. The inside has an orange glaze under a red glaze. This cup stands 3 1/2″ high and has a 4″ diameter. It does make a fun conversation piece, plus it’s functional!