I have marbled flat surfaces for some time now, but transferring that process into bowls led to results that never turned out quite right. I recently developed a technique in which three colors of concrete are carefully blended prior to casting, then placed by hand into the molds to accomplish this marbled aesthetic.
Though I follow a strict process in batching, mixing, and in the casting technique of these bowls, variations in the final patterning will vary every time.
The top edge is ground and polished by hand using a water cooled diamond grinder. This creates a clean, sharp look and sets these bowls apart from others which may not have this modern, finished look.
As a result of the casting orientation, the outside of your bowl will be fairly consistent in color, patterning, and will be relatively hole free. The inside of your bowl will feature the true uniqueness of your individual piece. Interior texture can vary anywhere between smooth, marbled, veined, highly cratered, or any combination of all of the above.
Sizes are approximations, may vary slightly with each unique pour.
*The porosity of concrete makes these bowls unsuitable for prepared foods.
**Slight variations in color and texture are inherit in concrete and should be expected.