An illustration of animals fleeing from a food bowl.
Scene from the story, "Old King Cole."
A hemispherical vessel, wider than it is deep, used for holding food or fluids.
An illustration of a bowl overflowing with bubbles.
Small sticks of wood or ivory resembling lead pencils, but generally longer and slightly tapering, used…
A drinking vessel.
A pair of hands forming a long section of rolled clay into a container.
A pair of hands smoothing a clay container formed by curling large sections of rolled clay together.
A shallow bowl covered with a sheet of glass.
A dish may be served on dish ware, or may be eaten out of hand. These cutleries are usually made from…
A shallow bowl, with two sheets of paper and seeds inside.
This is an ornamental container for drinking. A chalice is a goblet or footed cup intended to hold a…
The abnormal fret band is a pattern found on a Japanese metal vessel (bowl or cup).
A young girl seated in front of a fishbowl, with a book and toys nearby.
A woman kneeling by a column, with several articles of pottery nearby.
An illustration of a hand taking a piece of fruit from a bowl.
A hand holding a tube, with one end in a bowl.
Pottery is the ceramic ware made by potters. Major types of pottery include earthenware, stoneware,…
"Mixing bowl, Kelebe." — The Delphian Society, 1913
An illustration of two men running, one holding a bowl and another holding a large pipe.
"The patera was a broad and comparatively shallow bowl used for libations, and also for drinking out…
This German salt-cellar is a 16th century bowl used to store salt.
This Renaissance salt-cellar is a richly designed bowl used to store salt.
A saltcellar is a small, sometimes decorated bowl used to hold salt and is placed on the table.
Sinks generally have faucets that supply hot and cold water and may include a spray feature to be used…
"Painting of still life. On a wall of a house at Pompeii." —D'Anvers, 1895
"The oracular tripod at Delphi, having a flat round plate, on which the Pythia seated herself to give…
"When tripods are said to be given in a present, or as prizes, vases or large bowls supported on three…
This vase stands on a pedestal with a bowl like top.
A drinking glass, or simply glass, is a drinking vessel, usually made from glass or plastic. Glasses…
A cartoon of a woman cracking walnuts into a bowl that says "knick knacks".