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Hycroft Bowls

C$20.00

Hycroft China cereal bowls and fruit nappies make the perfect addition to your dining set. Whether you prefer the classic round shape or the orbit shape, there is a bowl for you!

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Create your own Hycroft dinnerware set! Mix and match 5 pieces of original Hycroft China and use HYCROFT10 to save 10%!

 

Originally constructed as Medicine Hat Pottery in 1936, Hycroft China existed as a direct competitor to Medalta. These classic original Hycroft China products were collected from the stilled factory after it closed in the late eighties. The factory was donated to the Friends of Medalta Society to be preserved as a Provincial Historic Resource. You can own a piece of Canadian Design History and a collectible from Medicine Hat’s industrial past.

  

Features

  • Hycroft Bowls are available in Cereal Round, Fruit Nappie Round, Cereal Orbit, and Fruit Nappie Orbit
  • Available colours: Yellow, Pink, Blue, Green, and White
  • Colours vary depending on stock

 

Product Details

  • Cereal Round measures: 16.5 x 16.5 x 4 cm
  • Fruit Nappie Round measures: 13.3 x 13.3 x 4 cm
  • Cereal Orbit measures: 17 x 15 x 5.5 cm
  • Fruit Nappie Orbit measures: 14.5 x 13 x 5 cm 

Care Instructions: We recommend that Hycroft pieces are hand washed.

 

Disclaimer: Each Hycroft piece is unique and may have slight imperfections.

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