Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls - La Porte Bonheur
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Kalk Eisenberg Blue and White Shallow Bowls

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Vintage porcelain Kalk Eisenberg blue and white shallow bowls with floral pattern. Could be used as lunch or dinner plates, for salads, or soup. The perfect everyday blue and white china to have in your dinnerware collection!

  • Sold as a set of five
  • Kalk Eisenberg blue and white shallow bowls measure 23.7 cm (9.3 inches) 
  • Stamped: Indigo Arrow Marker
  • Porzellanfabric Kalk G.m.b.H. is a Germain porcelain factory founded in 1900.
  • Likely dates between the 1950's and 1960's 

CARE: We recommend washing these Kalk Eisenberg blue and white shallow bowls by hand. Use a mild detergent in warm water. If you don't plan on doing the dishes immediately, give your plates a quick rinse to remove as much food as possible. It's best to rinse your dishes rather than let pieces sit too long in soapy water. 

If you put your bowls in the dishwasher, use a very mild detergent on a gentle cycle. Don't overload the dishwasher, and never use a lemon-scented detergent or one that contains bleach. These products contain acid that is harmful to the surfaces and finishes.

Kalk Eisenberg blue and white shallow bowls discovered at a brocante in Paris' 5th Arrondissement.