Popcorn Bowl with Kernel Sifter
Keep those rogue kernels from ruining your perfect batch of popcorn with this innovative bowl designed by ceramicist Catherine Smith. Featuring a clever, colander-inspired bottom, this handsomely glazed stoneware server holds a full batch of popcorn while filtering out all the kernels that just couldn’t get their act together. They become trapped in a secret compartment at the bottom for convenient disposal once you enjoy the pristine popcorn and lift out the removable filtering disk. Beyond this unique function, it’s a substantial and handsomely glazed piece that makes an inviting fruit bowl or centerpiece between movie nights. The twice-fired stoneware ensures durability to make this an essential fixture for couch time with family and friends for years to come. Made in Portland, Oregon.
The Popcorn Bowl with Kernel Sifter is a serving bowl for already popped popcorn. Bowl not intended for use in popping corn. Unlike ordinary popcorn bowls, these bowls incorporates a removable sifter at the bottom that filters out unpopped kernels for a better eating experience. Fitting into the bottom of the bowl and concealing a hidden collection compartment, this feature is integrated into the bowl’s design and materials (both are stoneware).
Founded in 2006 in a Portland basement, Mudshark Studios specializes in small batch, custom ceramic manufacturing. Utilizing knowledge and experience that very few in the ceramics manufacturing community have, the studio built a business that gives designers and ceramic artists the option of having their products produced in the U.S.A.