A personal favourite of mine with hand carved handles, a replica of an Elizabethan bowl found not far from Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. I use a porringer every day as my breakfast bowl and the little handles fit perfectly under my thumb as I cup it in my hand, making carrying it a pleasure. You can see me making one in the video on the home page and in the last chapter of my book “the wooden bowl”. The current ones are made from ripple sycamore, sometimes called fiddleback sycamore this reflects the light really nicely as you turn it in your hand, quite tricky to get a clean cut across the interlocked grain but worth it as they just get nicer and nicer with daily use.
approx 7″ diameter including handles