Rated 3 out of 5Â by iTrytoHaveStyle Cute but possibly contain lead?
So I bought a few of these the other day because they're cute and just the right size....
But I'm concerned! They're made in Portugal which means they aren't under CA's Prop 65 standards. I asked a few sales people if they knew anything about whether or not these bowls are lead-safe or lead-free but didn't get any answers. Many of anthropologie's hardware, kitchenware accessories etc. contains lead (usually indicated by very small signs) and I'm worried this may be another product that does and was not properly labeled.
November 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jesspco I've stopped using plates
I use these bowls for absolutely everything. They're a great price, so of course I have them in multiple colors. They're perfect for cereal, soup, ice cream, serving, everything. As a college student with roommates, they're the great for quick meals, throwing into the dishwasher, and moving apartments every year! LOVE them.
July 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MinionofGozer Love these!
I have these in the chartreuse, dark green, and orange--for years I've had solid white plates and I thought it might be nice to add a pop of color to my dinnerware. Enter the latte bowls. I pretty much love everything about these--the color is cheerful, which I swear makes it more fun to eat out of than if it were a plain, white bowl. The shape is good for gripping, so if you have kids or a slightly clumsy hubby, this is awesome. I've primarily used these to heat up the oatmeal I make a big batch of early in the week or soup (I hate plastic containers--our dishwasher infuses them with the taste of detergent, so I don't use them much anymore). My old bowls would get hot to the touch--these get a little warm, but so far, no burned digits. Overall, I'm really happy I got these and will probably look to add another color in the future.
June 10, 2012