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Aldo Londi for Bitossi Large Center ‘Fruit’ Bowl
By Bitossi, Aldo Londi
Located in St.Petersburg, FL
Large ceramic bowl by Aldo Londi in uncommon Seta Lobster. Impressive scale makes for a wonderful center bowl or fruit bowl. Measures: 13” long 10.5” wide 6.5” tall.
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Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Acrylic Fruit Bowl in Red by Verner Panton for Dansk Acryl Technik
By Verner Panton
Located in Little Burstead, Essex
A stunning creation from Verner Panton, this particular one in red acrylic and signature in Silver is the most wanted of all the colors, and it is in great condition. It is meant to...
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Late 20th Century Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Acrylic

Acrylic Fruit Bowl in Blue by Verner Panton for Dansk Acryl Technik
By Verner Panton
Located in Little Burstead, Essex
A stunning creation from Verner Panton, this particular one in blueacrylic and signature in Silver is the most wanted of all the colors, and it is in great condition. It is meant to ...
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Late 20th Century Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Acrylic

PP586 The Fruit Bowl by Hans J. Wegner for PP Møbler in Ash
By PP Mobler, Hans J. Wegner
Located in Sagaponack, NY
PP586 'The Fruit Bowl' (side table) is a nicely proportioned lathe turned ash shallow bowl that rests on an architectural three legged stand of chromed steel, designed in 1956. Each ...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Ash

Two Very Large 1930s 'Solbjerg' Fruit Bowl by Nils Johan Thorsson for Aluminia
By Aluminia, Nils Thorsson
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Two large and rare bowls from the ‘Solbjerg’ series, from Nils Johan Thorvald Thorsson (1898–1975) earlier work for Aluminia and marked. Measures: Ø 28.5 x H 19.5 cm. Nils Johan Tho...
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Vintage 1930s Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Hans Wegner 'Fruit Bowl' in Solid Teak on Three-Legs for Johannes Hansen, JH 586
By Johannes Hansen, Hans J. Wegner
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Hans Wegner, "JH 586". Fruit bowl of solid teak, mounted on three legged frame of chromed steel. By master cabinetmaker Johannes Hansen, with maker's stamp. Designed 1956. Literat...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Teak

Jen’s Quistgaard for Dansk Fruit Bowl
By Jens Harald Quistgaard
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Jens Quistgaard for Dansk fruit bowl in staved teak. Unusual Form with round holes drilled towards top of bowl. Signed on bottom, bowl dated to the mid-1950s.
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

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Teak

Josef Hoffmann Centrepiece Fruit Bowl for Bieffeplast
By Josef Hoffmann, Bieffeplast
Located in Chicago, IL
A 1980s reissue of the centrepiece fruit bowl by Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956) for Bieffeplast. The bowl was originally produced in 1904 by the Wiener Werkstätte founded by Josef Hoffma...
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Vintage 1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

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Metal

ABI01 Resonance Fruit Bowl by Alice Abi for Alessi
By Alice Abi, Alessi
Located in Topeka, KS
Beautiful polished stainless-steel fruit bowl, the ABI01 Resonance, designed in 2006 by Alice Abi for Alessi. This one is in terrific condition even though it has been used, circa 20...
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Early 2000s Italian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Stainless Steel

Very Large 1930s 'Solbjerg' Fruit Bowl by Nils Thorsson for Aluminia
By Nils Thorsson
Located in Utrecht, NL
Rare large fruit bowl from the rarely seen 'Solbjerg' series, from Nils Johan Thorvald Thorsson (1898–1975) earlier work for Aluminia. A branch of Royal Copenhagen where he was appoi...
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Vintage 1930s Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Finding the Right Decorative Objects for You

Every time you move into a house or an apartment — or endeavor to refresh the home you’ve lived in for years — life for that space begins anew. The right home accent, be it the simple placement of a decorative bowl on a shelf or a ceramic vase for fresh flowers, can transform an area from drab to spectacular. But with so many materials and items to choose from, it’s easy to get lost in the process. The key to styling with decorative objects is to work toward making a happy home that best reflects your personal style. 

Ceramics are a versatile addition to any home. If you’ve amassed an assortment of functional pottery over the years, think of your mugs and salad bowls as decorative objects, ideal for displaying in a glass cabinet. Vintage ceramic serveware can pop along white open shelving in your dining area, while large stoneware pitchers paired with woven baskets or quilts in an open cupboard can introduce a rustic farmhouse-style element to your den.

Translucent decorative boxes or bowls made of an acrylic plastic called Lucite — a game changer in furniture that’s easy to clean and lasts long — are modern accents that are neutral enough to dress up a coffee table or desktop without cluttering it. If you’re showcasing pieces from the past, a vintage jewelry box for displaying your treasures can spark conversation. Where is the jewelry box from? Is there a story behind it?

Abstract sculptures or an antique vessel for your home library can draw attention to your book collection and add narrative charm to the most appropriate of corners. There’s more than one way to style your bookcases, and decorative objects add a provocative dynamic. “I love magnifying glasses,” says Alex Assouline, global vice president of luxury publisher Assouline, of adding one’s cherished objects to a home library. “They are both useful and decorative. Objects really elevate libraries and can also make them more personal.”

To help with personalizing your space and truly making it your own, find an extraordinary collection of decorative objects on 1stDibs.