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Grain Bowl | Dinnerware by isiko
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Grain Bowl | Dinnerware by isiko
Grain Bowl | Dinnerware by isiko
Grain Bowl | Dinnerware by isiko
Grain Bowl | Dinnerware by isiko

Created and Sold by isiko


Grain Bowl - Dinnerware

Price $42


Woman Owned

Recycled Materials

Made In USA

Made To Order

Natural Materials

Everyone needs an oversized bowl in their dish lineup! These bowls are perfect for that healthy salad, comforting pasta, cozy soup or if family style is your preference it's a perfect serving dish. Whatever you use it for you're gonna love having it.

Speckled raw clay on the outside with a white glaze on the inside.

1 per Order.

Size - approximately 6" x 2.5" - These bowls are hand thrown which means size will vary slightly and imperfections such as nicks and glaze drips are reminders of the hard work and passion that goes into each piece.

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Item Grain Bowl
Created by isiko
As seen in Creator's Studio, San Diego, CA
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
Ceramics for homes that live adventurously!

I grew up in Manila, Philippines and spent my entire childhood traveling from place to place. Doing so exposed me to a variety of cultures, environments, and most of all impactful experiences that have shaped me into who I am today. One of my most vivid memories took place when I was 8 years old at a market with my mom who offered a poverty-stricken mother, holding her new born child, a guava. Seeing this, a group of children swarmed us also wanting a guava to eat. The simple cry for help in their eyes was enough to leave me feeling untethered to the seemingly privileged life I knew before. I was stuck by this experience so much so that it became by mission to someday be able to give back to those less fortunate.
After studying Anthropology in college I yearned to immerse myself in the lives of others, specifically indigenous cultures. There's something profound about the way ingenious people live completely off the land and utilize their recourses in a sacred way––the way it ought to be. So, after college I joined the Peace Corps where I served for two years at an orphanage in a rural village in eSwatini, Africa.

Imbued with the experiences from my childhood and my time in the Peace Corps I decided to pursue my lifelong dream of creating a platform that celebrates traditional handicrafts and art forms of all cultures around the world. For the world. That's why when I moved back to California I combined all of my passions into one and created what is now, isiko. I am beyond grateful to have a platform that gives back to under-served communities. All that so say: it wouldn't be possible without the people that I serve. You. So thank YOU for your unconditional support, enthusiasm, and love.

Each piece is handmade and sourced with love from my heart to yours.