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Understated and sophisticated, the SHADOW IRIS collection depicts tall wisps of purple irises that add a subtle, Eastern-inspired element to any table setting
Tall, graceful irises bloom atop long, wispy green stems in the Shadow Iris collection from Corelle. Simple and gorgeous, the pattern includes highly useful pieces such as this set of three bowls with air-tight, plastic lids. The set's durable enamel-on-steel construction is made for everyday use and allows for service on the table to immediate storage in the refrigerator. The bowl set comes with three handy sizes for storing leftovers: 3/4 quart, 1-1/2 quart, and 1-3/4 quart. Coordinate these bowls with other available items in the Shadow Iris pattern for a complete set, or use them on their own. To best care for the bowls, handwashing is recommended. Corelle warrants the set for one year against damage and defects. --Betsy Herring
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The person that received this gift, loved these bowls. He has a this particular design of dishware for years.... Thank you!Published 19 months ago by Ava
This set is beautiful and matches its counterpart (dinnerware) perfectly. Very useful set - just remember: don't put them in the microwave - as they are steel.Published 20 months ago by Anonymous Annie
These bowls are a great compliment to this pattern. The sizes are great to store leftover meatballs or stuffing, etc. Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by H. Tambini