Our favourite soup bowls

Styling by Aimee Jones

Styling by Aimee Jones

Amplify the comfort factor of warming winter broths with the X factor of beautiful bowls.

Dishes are listed left to right in ascending order. In the case bowls are stacked, the top is listed first.

1 Bambou Iris medium bowl, $25, from Maxwell & Williams.
2 Arne Clausen "Lotus" bowl, $35, from By Design Co.
3 Nicola Hart bowls, $65 each, from The Lost and Found Department.
4 Astier de Villatte "Villa Médicis" soup bowl, $185, from Palm Beach Home.
5 Davis & Waddell "Liberty" bowl, $8.
6 Chasseur La Cuisson French bowl in blue, $48.95 for a set of four.
7 Marble soup bowl, $9.95, from Salt & Pepper.
8 Cumulus bowl, $9.95, from Salt & Pepper.
9 Cobra medium bowl, $35, from Georg Jensen.
10 Floreana Blue deep plate, $29.95, from Villeroy & Boch.
11 Scope dip bowl, $12.95, from Country Road.
12 Vera Wang Wedgwood Grosgrain Indigo Rim soup bowl, $94.95, from WWRD.
13 Large tapas bowlin half moon, $31.95, from Robert Gordon Australia.
14 Large double-handled soup bowl, $50 for a set of four, from Williams-Sonoma.
15 White Basics Lion soup bowl, $4.95, from Maxwell & Williams.

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