This bowl is a versatile porcelain vessel with cobalt flower accents, perfect for serving hot soups or snacks to guests. The bowl has a large capacity of 21 oz.
The design was inspired by Wilhelm Kage's "Liljebla" series, which combined traditional Swedish ceramics with practicality and novelty. This bowl features repeated geometric shapes on the edges reminiscent of wagon wheels with wooden spokes, as well as winding wildflower patterns arranged in the letter D to emphasize the uniqueness of the series. The visual setting and motifs on the dishes were supervised by Ania Dergachev, who has experience designing designs with animal-brine motifs, as seen in this series. Her designs have been used by brands such as Kooples and Robert Graham. The porcelain material has been refined with bone meal to achieve a better cream shade of the dish. This bowl embodies the spirit of Swedish ceramics, combining practicality with an attractive appearance.