The narrow mouth kept ears from dipping in, the wider base kept it from tipping over. We measured snouts to ensure that the mouth had just enough space for one snout, helping prevent scraps in multi-dog homes where some prefer not to share.
We left the cuteness to the dogs.
The bowl itself was designed to fit quietly into a grown up space. The unglazed exterior showed off a warm stoneware body, contrasted by the white glazed interior.
The Freagle Bow.l
The first run was made for a Freagles of India fundraiser, complete with their trademark running freagle. And yes, if you’d like to support the cause, place an order for the Freagle bow.l —proceeds go to the organisation.
A narrow mouth to keep long ears from dipping in the food
A wide base for a stable bowl that cannot be tipped over easily
Single snout only. No flipping out over sharing food
Each vessel is individually thrown on the potters wheel.
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